Plant a Row for the Hungry - 4-H, Goodhue County, Minnesota
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Plant a Row for the Hungry - 4-H, Goodhue County, Minnesota

on

  • 153 views

Plant a Row for the Hungry - 4-H, Goodhue County, Minnesota

Plant a Row for the Hungry - 4-H, Goodhue County, Minnesota

Statistics

Views

Total Views
153
Views on SlideShare
153
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Plant a Row for the Hungry - 4-H, Goodhue County, Minnesota Plant a Row for the Hungry - 4-H, Goodhue County, Minnesota Document Transcript

  • 4‐H “Plant a Row for the Hungry” Project:  4‐H Groups Wanted as “Gleaning Crews”  to Pick Leftover Produce from Gardens for the Food Shelf  Spring‐Summer‐Fall 2009 – Across Goodhue County  Who: 4‐Hers, 4‐H clubs/groups, friends and families    What:  “Gleaning Crews” to organize “Gleaning Outings” – 4‐Hers and 4‐H  clubs/groups are wanted as “gleaning crews” to organize “gleaning”  outings.”  A gleaning outing is one where a group (gleaning crew)  goes into a garden/field/orchard and picks all the left‐over  produce/crops and provides to a local food shelf.      This is part of “Plant a Row for the Hungry,” which is a national  campaign designed to encourage gardeners to grow a little extra and  donate fresh produce to food banks and shelters for the homeless  and hungry.  In Goodhue County, this is organized by the University  of Minnesota Master Gardener Volunteers.  For more information  about Plant a Row, visit:  http://www.gardenwriters.org/gwa.php?p=par/index.html    When/Where:  Spring‐Summer‐Fall 2009 across Goodhue County    Interested?  To  volunteer  your  4‐H  club/group  as  a  gleaning  crew,  or  for  more  information on donating your fresh produce (including drop‐off days  and times at the food shelf) or offering your garden or fruit trees for  gleaning,  contact  your  local  food  shelf.    You  can  also  find  your  nearest MN food shelf at www.hungersolutions.org/find.      Cannon Falls – Call 507‐298‐1500, housed at First English Lutheran  Church at: www.firstenglishchurch.com/ministrymission.dsp    Lake City – Call (651) 345‐5888   http://national.citysearch.com/profile/5506685/?brand=smx_ypnat‐nc     Pine Island – Contact Dave at 507‐356‐8990    Red Wing – Contact Craig 651‐388‐5985 or Mary 651‐388‐2698,  housed at First Lutheran Church in Red Wing    Zumbrota – Contact Ruth at 507‐732‐7828    Questions?  Contact U of M Master Gardener Volunteer Coordinator Terry  Yockey at tlyockey@northerngardening.com or the Extension Office  at 651‐385‐3100, 1‐800‐385‐3101 or mnext‐goodhue@umn.edu.   The 4‐H Plant a Row for the Hungry flyer is available online at  www.extension.umn.edu/county/goodhue (click on 4‐H in Goodhue  County and look under forms).  Goodhue County 4-H University of Minnesota Extension 509 W 5th Street, Gov’t Ctr Rm 201, Red Wing MN 55066 Phone: 651-385-3100 or 1-800-385-3101 Fax: 651-385-3089 Email: mnext-goodhue@umn.edu Website: www.extension.umn.edu/county/goodhue (click on 4-H in Goodhue County)IRMAext4-HGardeningDiscover Garden flyer, 2009