harvesting for the hungry

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Next Wednesday 11 August, the Edible Garden Series will continue with a workshop on fall vegetable gardening. Lexington’s late first frost date (last week of October on average) means we can take full advantage of cooler fall temperatures to extend the bounty we receive from our gardens. Come find out what to plant and when to plant it to make the most of what knowledgeable gardeners call “the second season.” | Continue Reading
From Erica Horn: This past week Faith Feeds collected and delivered approximately 1,200 pounds of fresh food from the Lexington Farmer’s Market, the University of Kentucky’s South Farm, and the church garden at the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection. We had a new experience this week – we picked up approximately 180 organic cantaloupes from UK’s South Farm – 2/3 were delivered to the George Privett Recovery Center and the other | Continue Reading
The corn canning party at La Roca last Tuesday was an outrageous success! Get the details (and incriminating photos) at Seedleaf’s site: http://seedleaf.org.
From Erica Horn: We have had another amazing week.  This past week Faith Feeds collected and delivered approximately 1,250 pounds of fresh food from the Lexington Farmer’s Market and the church garden at The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection. Yesterday’s harvest alone is impressive.  From the farmer’s market:  4 boxes tomatoes; 1 box zucchini ;  2 boxes cabbages; 1 box corn plus 6 big bags; 4 boxes squash; 4 boxes melons; 1 box greens; 4 boxes | Continue Reading
Jul 22, 2010 by GleanKY
Bring ’em to La Roca UMC (1015 N. Limestone) this Tuesday, 27 July, for a canning bee! Corn is the main canning course, donated by the fabulous growers at the Lexington Farmers Market. For complete information, visit Seedleaf’s web site: http://seedleaf.org.