Gearing Up for Another Spring

Gearing Up for Another Spring

My phone is beginning to ring much more often, my inbox is brimming with unread emails, and I find myself voice dictating replies to text messages into my cell while I’m driving.  It must be spring!  It is very exciting to be heading toward my first full season as...
Fresh Tomatoes in February

Fresh Tomatoes in February

By Friday, February 12, 2021 Central Kentuckians were growing accustomed to the frozen rain coating every outdoor surface. By this point, the roads were mostly clear, but more snow was expected over the weekend and through the next week. That morning, by 10 AM, we...
Glean Kentucky’s 2020 Annual Report

Glean Kentucky’s 2020 Annual Report

Read Our 2020 Annual Report Here Just like everybody, 2020 turned out differently than expected at Glean Kentucky. Around the time we had planned to hold an event celebrating 10 years of work, we were instead writing safety protocol for our gleaners and responding to...
Our Impact in 2020

Our Impact in 2020

Each year, we conduct a Program Evaluation – a survey of the agencies to whom we deliver produce. The survey asks all sorts of questions about how their partnership with Glean Kentucky affects their work. Does gleaned produce allow you to serve more clients?...
Central Kentucky Update

Central Kentucky Update

From our Central Kentucky Coordinator, Jimmy Earley: I am happy to convey that my role with Glean Kentucky has expanded as we move into 2021.  With Ben Southworth, our Programming Director focusing more of his energy on our expansion of service into other regions, I...
2020 In Review

2020 In Review

At the start of March 2020, we had all sorts of big plans – a 10th Birthday Celebration planned for the end of the month, our program staff were preparing to present at the International Gleaners’ Symposium, and we had an exciting slate of fundraising and...