Ag Against Hunger

Ag Against Hunger (AAH) is a clearinghouse for surplus crops grown in the Salinas and Pajaro Valleys of Central California. The agency√ʬ?¬?s mission is to alleviate hunger by providing a link between the agricultural community and food assistance organizations. AAH donates most of the produce it receives locally, but depending on the available supply, also ships to food banks as far away as Colorado. Local growers/shippers have donated more than 135 million pounds of produce since the program√ʬ?¬?s inception in 1990. Website:

Listing last updated on Mar 8, 2011

Ag Against Hunger holds gleans are held every other Saturday so join us in the fields! Weâ¬?™ll be harvesting fresh, nutritious produce for people in need throughout the central coast. All gleaning equipment and supplies are provided by Ag Against Hunger. Please wear comfortable clothes and closed shoes or boots. You will need to bring gloves, a hat, sunscreen, and a container to take fresh produce home with you. For more information call us at 831-755-1480.

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