We work with farmers in Missouri and Kansas to glean their fields and orchards after the harvest, to gather up produce left behind by mechanical equipment and pickers. This fresh, locally grown food is delivered to food pantries and feeding agencies in close proximity to the farm where it is gleaned.

Already Picked and Packed

We also work with excess, graded out, or rejected produce that cannot be sold for market reasons. This food may come from commercial farms, produce packing companies, grocery stores, farmers’ markets and more. We work in Missouri and Kansas, and can locate nearby food banks that will take larger quantities, and food pantries and agencies that will take smaller quantities.

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So far Emily Worm has created 3 blog entries.

Skinks, chickens and more…just a part of the gleaning experience

From Emily Worm, After the Harvest Gleaning Network Manager: My last blog was about bugs in the field. So, if you're going to glean with us and you don't enjoy bugs as much as I do (!), I wanted to let you know we also see other animals both domesticated and wild, like this juvenile [...]

By | September 7th, 2016|Gleaning Stories|0 Comments

Outdoors and gleaning: good, creepy crawly smushiness: bad

From Emily Worm, After the Harvest Gleaning Network Manager: I don’t really like bugs and creepy crawly things. I scream, I often get other people to remove them from my presence and I can hardly stand the smushiness of killing one myself. I know that these little arachnids and spiders and beetles all serve their purpose [...]

By | August 18th, 2016|Gleaning Stories|0 Comments

Join the ATH team as a gleaning coordinator

From Emily Worm, ATH Gleaning Network Manager:  We're looking for another gleaning coordinator to join our ranks. Right now, we're in the midst of gleaning season and could really use a hand.  Please spread the word about this position! Gleaning Coordinator --Part time, Seasonal Gleaning Coordinator Job Description After the Harvest is looking for a [...]

By | July 17th, 2016|ATH Happenings|0 Comments