Farm Gleaning’s Comeback in 2021

Farm Gleaning’s Comeback in 2021

The end of the year is rapidly approaching, temperatures are dropping, fall seems to have finally arrived, and our farm partners are inviting us out for final gleanings. The season is closing out and 2021 is nearly over. This has been a very different year from 2020...
Welcome Gaby!

Welcome Gaby!

Gaby Gonzalez will be joining the Glean Kentucky team this Fall 2021 as our VISTA Grants Coordinator. A recent Eastern Kentucky University alum, she graduated in December of 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in Social Justice Studies. She hopes to return to her alma...
A Change of Heart

A Change of Heart

I believe in children seeing communities and circumstances different from their own, especially if their own circumstances are relatively easy. I seem to have been born with inherent empathy and it’s taken a lifetime to realize that many people have to learn empathy....
Glean Kentucky on the Scarecrow Walk

Glean Kentucky on the Scarecrow Walk

Lost River Cave If you’ve never visited this little gem, you’re missing out.  The cave is tucked nearly 60 feet below US Hwy 31W and is connected to 72 acres offering trails, wetlands, meadows and restored prairie.  The history of the cave includes use as a shelter...
We Need Woodford County Volunteers

We Need Woodford County Volunteers

As we work to expand our work in Central Kentucky outside Fayette County, we need to develop a base of volunteers in each county as we develop relationships with new sources of food and recipients in those counties. We currently have two standing gleaning commitments...