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PLANT A ROW FOR THE HUNGRY
Calling All Gardeners. Plant a Row for the Hungry!
The Food Bank encourages local gardeners like yourself to plant a row of crops for the hungry each year. Why not team up with a friend or a neighborhood group. Your gardening skills and fresh vegetables can make a difference! You can help by planting a row of crops for our hungry neighbors in need.
All vegetables are welcome. Beans, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, onions, peppers, squash, and tomatoes are especially popular.
Where and when can you drop off vegetables?
The Food Bank of the Southern Tier is a participating organization in Plant a Row for the Hungry, a campaign of the Garden Writers Association.
In 2015, 00 pounds of produce were donated to the Food Bank through the Plant a Row for the Hungry program.
Click here to download a Plant A Row For The Hungry fact sheet.
For information contact:
Nancy Jean Perkins, Volunteer Coordinator
at 607.796.6061 x4043, or email firstname.lastname@example.org