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Horticulture - Maine Harvest for Hunger

The Maine Harvest for Hunger project is an outreach program of the  University of Maine Cooperative Extension to provide  fresh fruits and vegetables to food insecure individuals and families in  Maine.

How you can help: Enroll in the Maine Harvest for Hunger program and grow an extra row of vegetables or fruits and donate the surplus to a local food pantry or soup kitchen. If every gardener contributes, a significant impact can be made on reducing hunger. Master Gardeners and all types of growers all over Maine are invited to  participate.

Maine Harvest for Hunger Statistics
Participating in Maine Harvest for Hunger is as easy as clicking on the links below:

Will you consider making a difference? In 2017, over 47,000 pounds of produce was donated in Cumberland County through Maine Harvest for Hunger. 

♥ Total number of pounds donated in 2017 = 47,990♥

To report your donation, click here!

“Yesterday, over 80% of the produce used in our meal was donated through the harvest for hunger program.” — Don Morrison, Operations Manager of Wayside Food Programs. 

2014 Maine Harvest for Hunger Program Summary (Word)

Some great videos about Maine Harvest for Hunger:


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