Neighborhood Food Hubs
Don’t Let Your Veggies Grow Up to be Compost!
Have extra produce from your garden or CSA share? Donate it!
Drum roll, please…The results are in from the 2017 season of FDN’s Neighborhood Food Hubs: 5,900 pounds of produce was donated through 17 hubs.
Area gardeners have donated more than 21,220 pounds of lovingly-grown produce since Neighborhood Food Hubs began in 2013.
Purpose of Neighborhood Food Hubs
- Help home gardeners donate their extra garden bounty.
- Connect neighbors and communities to fresh, healthy, hyper-local food.
- Reduce waste.
How Hubs Help
- Improve community access to fresh food.
- Raise awareness about the impact of homegrown food.
- Rescue lovingly grown food from an untimely end at the compost heap.
Read more about FDN’s Neighborhood Food Hubs:
Give Garden Surplus to Those Who Need It Most Through Our 17 Food Hubs, by Linda Myers, August 2016.
“Food Hubs Help Distribute Surplus Produce” by Linda Brandt Myers. Tompkins Weekly, June 8, 2015. Signs of Sustainability series, page 8.