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What a busy Monday for the team in Metro Atlanta! We would like to spotlight Liz for supporting her communities near and far with her fresh produce. Liz is the farmer at Buckeye Creek Farm in Woodstock, GA and today she had some extra organic corn that she didn’t know what to do with. About two boxes of corn was donated to Fountain of Hope on the Westside of Atlanta where they feed several of their hunger neighbors. Thank you all for playing a key role in shucking away at hunger in our state 🌽 #a-maize-ing  @ Atlanta, GeorgiaImage attachment

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I am so glad to meet you guys! And especially happy that you're sharing this in my old neighborhood of Grove Park!

This makes my heart happy!!!

About 20 gleaners from the Charlotte and Triad areas pulled more than 8,000 pounds of beautiful Silver Queen corn at Howard Family Farm near Harmony, NC this morning.  The field really heated up by quitting time, but all the trucks were filled and sent on their way to feed hungry neighbors across the region!  Thanks, Howard Family Farm!Image attachmentImage attachment
Looking for a weekend of fun in September? Join us for Harvest of Hope September 27-29 in Claypool, IN. Food, fun, gleaning, learning! Sign up today! https://buff.ly/2TD7DwX

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Judy Byer, gleaning corn.

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Oh hi dear Sam! It was in Orlando, Larry came up to help and brought some back to Waste Not

Where was this miracle happening?

City?

Need a cool thought on a hot July day? Christmas is coming, and so are the Society of St. Andrews 2019 Alternative Christmas Cards. This years card features The Witnesses, a work commissioned by SoSA, painted by Virginia artist and pastor Jim Harris. Every card purchased shares 500 servings of nourishing food with people in greatest need. Look for order information coming soon!

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What a cool thought on this hot day!

This crew from Hastings Architecture worked hard this muggy morning gleaning kale and chard @greendoorgourmet for @thenashvillefoodproject.
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