To donate your produce, simply contact us with your interest and your address. This does not obligate you to participate -- we understand about garden disasters! But it allows us to get you connected in advance to a volunteer who lives near you. Your volunteer will contact you, and together you can set-up a system of collecting the produce that works best for you both come harvesting time. You can also drop your produce off at locations around the valley. See our home page for details.
Grow Another Row is happy to accept any vegetables or fruit that are in good condition for raw consumption. We ask that as you get it ready for donation, you knock off any excess dirt, bag or box it so it doesn't get damaged, and place it out for pick-up in a cool place. A large sized cooler on a porch or under a tree works great to preserve quality before pick-up.
We often get requests from people who need some help bringing in the harvest. We partner with other community organizations, youth groups, and the Sheriff's Work-Ender Program to meet these harvesting requests. To learn more about how we can help you harvest and donate your surplus produce, please contact us.
Welcome to our newest growers - the employees of the Daily Sentinel. If you and your workmates have green thumbs, consider pooling your surplus produce for donation.