Are you tired of the onslaught of cucumbers? Are your neighbors sick of seeing your vegetables? If you have extra produce from your garden this fall, you can donate it to the Kansas Food Bank through the Plant a Row for the Hungry program. All peak quality fresh fruits and vegetables are appreciated. From the potatoes of spring to tomatoes of summer and squash from fall, all products are shared within the community.
Plant a Row for the Hungry is rooted in the tradition of gardeners sharing a bountiful harvest with others. It is a program that encourages home gardeners to help the hungry in their community by planting and harvesting produce, flowers, and herbs.
Take your produce to any one of these convenient drop-off locations:
- Kansas Food Bank – 1919 E. Douglas
- Augusta Ace Home Center – 316 W. 7th Ave., Augusta
- Brady Nursery – 11200 W. Kellogg
- Hillside Nursery – 2200 S. Hillside
- Hillside Feed & Seed – 1805 S. Hillside
- Johnson’s Garden Centers – 6225 E. Shadybrook
- Johnson’s Garden Centers – 2707 W. 13th St.
- Valley Feed & Seed – 1903 S. Meridian
- Woodard Mercantile – 4160 N. Maize Rd, Maize