Gleaning Harvests for Food Equity

End 68 Hours of Hunger in New Hampshire will be one of the many nonprofits receiving extra produce through a process called gleaning.

Gleaning is defined as gather (leftover grain or other produce) after a harvest, which is exactly what these volunteers are doing. They partner with local farms and farmers markets, to harvest produce that would have otherwise gone to waste.

NH Gleans seeks volunteers to lend a hand in increasing food access for their neighbors. For information, visit, contact, or see the NH Gleans Facebook page.

Read the Seacoast Online Article


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