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Program Models

  • Small Farm Gleaning
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    Tips on starting a new gleaning program.

  • Building Plant a Row Locally
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    The Plant a Row for the Hungry program encourages community members to dedicate a row (or more) of fruit, vegetables and/or herbs in their garden to help feed those in need.

  • Donating Through Contracts
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    Read more about Farmers Ending Hunger, a program that arranges for growers to plant extra rows that are harvested along with contracted crops.

Green Rotary First Harvest Logo

RFH acts as a conduit between farmers and the programs that serve hungry individuals and families in our region. Farmers are occasionally left with surplus fruits and vegetables that can’t be sold due to minor imperfections. Traditionally, this nutritious produce would be sent to a landfill or left to rot in the fields. Instead, RFH directs it to those in need.