As HarvestShare begins its 4th season, there is cause to celebrate. Last year we collected and redistributed over 12,000 pounds of fresh produce to our neighbors in need. In addition we hosted 8 virtual gardening talks, and participated in MoCo Greenfest at Brookside Gardens and White Oak Day in Silver Spring, giving away plants and seeds and providing gardening education to the community.
We also provided 30 families at CentroNía in Takoma Park, the materials needed to grow their own crates of healthy cool season greens and followed up with herbs, peppers and tomatoes to grow in the summer.

Our plans for 2023 are even bigger and include expanding our support of Montgomery Parks Community Gardens, managing a 1200 sq ft grow-to-donate garden in Potomac and continuing our food gardening education series on Zoom and participating in community outreach.
Please support us by donating your homegrown produce, your time as a volunteer drivereducator or collection manager or by making a financial contribution via our website so we can continue our great work in the county.
With gratitude,
Cat KahnExecutive Director, HarvestShare Inc.
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