Native Harvest Gleaning

The Native Harvest Gleaners are a group of tribal members who glean and donate produce to tribal and city food banks.For more information about this program contact Vicki at

Farm Gleans

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Run by SNAP-Ed Coordinator Benji Astrachan, the Farm Gleaning program is another opportunity to prevent food waste by gleaning crops for redistribution to food banks, Little Free Pantries, community meals, and wherever else people need food. Benji leads a near-weekly glean during harvest seasons at River Run Farm in the Dungeness, where volunteers harvest large amounts of organic produce together. Because it is on a working farm, gleaners need to know, or be prepared to learn, how to work efficiently and safely in a commercial agricultural setting - but if you've never done that, we can show you in no time! To learn more about the Farm Glean program and to join the volunteer email list, contact Benji at

Giving Garden

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The Giving Garden program aims to get vegetable and fruit plant starts to food bank clients so that they can enjoy the experience of growing their own produce. If you have vegetable or fruit plant starts to donate, please contact Sharah Truett at