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hunger-free communities
throughout the Southern Tier.

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FOOD BANK GARDEN


Got a Green Thumb? Volunteers are needed to Adopt-a-Patch in the Food Bank Garden

Adopt-a-Patch is a program at the Food Bank garden where volunteers grow vegetables for programs serving the needy in the Southern Tier.

Once again, the Food Bank and volunteers are teaming up to grow vegetables at the Food Bank Garden for hungry people in the Southern Tier. Volunteers from church groups, community organizations, and local neighborhoods will grow tomatoes, peppers, squash, beans and other fresh veggies in the gardenís 20 raised beds. We need your help.
Adopt a 4' x 12' raised bed at the Food Bank Garden! You donít have to be a garden expert!

In 2013, 570 pounds of produce were harvested from the Food Bank Garden
.

Click here to download a Food Bank Garden fact sheet.

If you prefer to garden at home, Plant a Row for the Hungry!

The Food Bank is encouraging local gardeners like yourself to plant a row of crops for the hungry this year. Why not team up with a friend or a neighborhood group. Your gardening skills and fresh vegetables can make a difference!
You can help by planting a row of crops for our hungry neighbors in need.

Click here for more information on Plant a Row for the Hungry.


For more information contact:
Nancy Jean Perkins, Volunteer Coordinator
at 607.796.6061 x4043, or email

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