“Up to 52 percent of produce grown in our country never reaches a human consumer. What industry allows more than half its product to go to waste?”
Operation Redirect is a joint partnership between After the Harvest and Kanbe’s Markets, wherein volunteers rescue fresh produce for Kansas Citians experiencing food insecurity, reducing unnecessary food waste.
Honoring the life and legacy of Jim Merrill HOW THE GENEROUS SPIRIT OF AFTER THE HARVEST’S FOUNDING BOARD MEMBER LIVES ON Jim Merrill, one of our founding board members and a true giant in the life of After the Harvest, recently lost his battle with COVID-19 on Sept. 22, 2021. He was 74. After the […]
Elena Khoury finds fit with ATH By Elena Khoury (pictured with boyfriend Ben Johnson in their car loaded with produce!) I started volunteering as an After the Harvest produce rescue driver at the City Market’s Farmers Market through After the Harvest in August of 2019. I had been looking for ways to get involved in […]
ATH volunteers in league of their own By Stacie Moody, ATH Community Engagement Coordinator April is the time of year that we celebrate volunteers–as we applaud those who lend a hand across the nation and in our neighborhood–during National Volunteer Month and particularly during the third week, which is National Volunteer Week. I have been […]