NPR on Gleaning

NPR on Gleaning

NPR on Gleaning

"On U.S. farms, gleaning is making a comeback, as a national anti-hunger organization has turned to the ancient practice to help feed the poor. And it also gives farmers a way to use produce that would otherwise be wasted." -Blake Farmer, WPLN

This informative NPR article and radio broadcast looks at gleaning projects in Tennessee. Find out more by following the link below.

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