Maine Harvest for Hunger
Launched in 2000 as a volunteer opportunity for University of Maine Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteers, the program is now active in 15 counties. Some counties focus on gleaning commercial fields, some Master Gardener groups grow and donate entire garden harvests toward the hunger effort, while others recruit backyard gardeners from around the area to participate.
The Maine Harvest for Hunger program is open to all interested gardeners and is coordinated through University of Maine Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteer program.
For more information, see our Maine Harvest for Hunger website or contact us.