harvesting for the hungry
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    9th Annual Heirloom Seed Sale

    Choose from more than 50 tried-and-true vegetable and flower seeds, and get your garden started
    while also supporting GleanKY’s work!

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    Grow with GleanKY

    Attention Growers! GleanKY seeks to enable farmers to give back to their community with the fruits of their labor.
    Our trained volunteers will glean excess produce from farms, gardens, and orchards around Central Kentucky.

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    Ways to Give

    To continue the work of GleanKY in 2015, we need your financial support, either through a
    one-time gift or continued support. There are a lot of great ways your dollar can help.

    Read More
  • slide1

    9th Annual Heirloom Seed Sale

    Choose from more than 50 tried-and-true vegetable and flower seeds, and get your garden started
    while also supporting GleanKY’s work!

    Read More
  • slide1

    Grow with GleanKY

    Attention Growers! GleanKY seeks to enable farmers to give back to their community with the fruits of their labor.
    Our trained volunteers will glean excess produce from farms, gardens, and orchards around Central Kentucky.

    Read More
  • slide1

    Ways to Give

    To continue the work of GleanKY in 2015, we need your financial support, either through a
    one-time gift or continued support. There are a lot of great ways your dollar can help.

    Read More
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If you’re eager to plant some Brandywine tomatoes after our last installment of “Life Of A Seed” and you want to know what else you can plant in your garden, look no farther than the Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean. The Kentucky Wonder is an ancient pole bean that can be traced all the way back to the mid-1800s and is stringless when harvested young. The awe-inspiring trait of this bean is | Continue Reading
In GleanKY’s goal to prevent food waste, our top priority is getting edible food into the hands of those who can use it. Occasionally, though, a portion of food that we gather is no longer good to eat. It’s either overripe, has mushy spots, or is seriously blemished, and may even have signs of mold or pests.   The volunteers who keep GleanKY running are all passionate people who are | Continue Reading
  There are many ways that GleanKY obtains the produce that we glean. Sometimes we go to grocery stores that are tossing out their excess inventory. Other times we go to farmers markets, where farmers give us the produce that didn’t sell and will likely spoil before the next market day. And then there are the times we go out to the fields and orchards to glean—those times are the | Continue Reading