harvesting for the hungry

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This past week, Faith Feeds volunteers gleaned about 700 lbs of produce from the Lexington Farmers Market and Reed Valley Orchard. The produce went to LaRoca, the Men’s and Women’s Hope Centers, and the Catholic Action Center. Although it hampered this week’s harvest, gardeners at the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection rejoiced in Saturday’s rain. Earlier in the week, some 10 lbs of produce was harvested and distributed to needy | Continue Reading
Next Tuesday 14 September, the Edible Garden Series will continue with a workshop on seed saving. Plants grown from your own seed not only cost you nothing, they are specifically adapted to the conditions of your garden: soil, light, temperature, etc.  Come find out how to collect and save seed from your own garden, both to plant next year and to share with others! The hour-long workshop begins at 6:30 | Continue Reading
Faith Feeds has now passed the 16,000 lb mark for this season! Thanks to the generosity of dozens of local growers and volunteers, hundreds of nutritionally underserved folks in our community have shared in the bounty of the land that supports us all. Last week we gleaned 750 lbs of produce from the Lexington Farmers Market that went to the Lexington Rescue Mission, Lighthouse Ministries, LaRoca, and Maxwell Street Presbyterian. | Continue Reading
Last week, Faith Feeds gleaned about 500 lbs from the Lexington Farmers Market, and the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection donated about 30 lbs from their garden. Donations went to the the Lexington Rescue Mission, LaRoca, Maxwell Street Presbyterian, and the Haitian community. The Greater Souls Deliverance Apostolic Tabernacle on MLK Boulevard joined our team of emergency food agency partners. Greater Souls Deliverance serves an evening meal to neighborhood children | Continue Reading
Between Reed Valley Orchard, the Lexington Farmer’s Market, and the garden at the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection, approximately 1,089 pounds of food was gleaned this week. Donations went to the Lexington Rescue Mission, Lighthouse Ministries, LaRoca, God’s Pantry, and Maxwell Street Presbyterian. Many thanks to our faithful volunteers, and welcome to several new volunteers and partners!