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.

News & Blog

Sep 172018

Greens&Jeans 2018: We raised the roof and dollars to help others

By | September 17th, 2018|ATH Happenings, Events|0 Comments

Thanks to all who helped make Greens&Jeans, a County Fair Fundraiser for After the Harvest 2018, a huge success. Our guests in the big barn and county fair tent at Cider Hill Family Orchard roasted [...]

Jul 122018

Stained fingers, smiling faces, wagon ride mark first blackberry gleaning

By | July 12th, 2018|Gleaning Stories, Healthy food for hungry people|0 Comments

Purple stained fingers, smiling faces and a wagon ride to a field of beautiful zinnias made our first berry picking at Big Springs Berries a real treat! Thanks to the generosity of Farmer Shane, we [...]

Jun 302018

Greens&Jeans fun is in the works!

By | June 30th, 2018|Events, Fundraising Opportunities|0 Comments

The Greens&Jeans Committee is working long hours to ensure a whoop-it-up good time on Sept. 15! If you haven’t yet reserved your table or bought your individual tickets for our largest and scoot-your-boots-BEST fundraiser of [...]

May 242018

Big night at Casual Animal

By | May 24th, 2018|Events|0 Comments

Cheers! Thanks to all who came out for our Casual Animal event last night! And thanks to "The Sugar Valley Social Club" for the music and fun! Congrats to the raffle winners! Casual Animal Brewery, a microbrewery [...]

May 212018

From techie to part-time gleaner: Zach Callaway gets his hands dirty

By | May 21st, 2018|Spotlight Stories|0 Comments

Zach Callaway has been a techie for many years, but he’s grown to know that he has another side: he loves to get his hands dirty and dig in the dirt. He has discovered gardening…he [...]

Mar 12018

Nourishing food is a right, not a luxury

By | March 1st, 2018|ATH Happenings, Healthy food for hungry people, In The News|0 Comments

From Lisa Ousley, ATH Executive Director: I’m delighted to share our 2017 annual report to update you on the progress of After the Harvest in achieving last year’s goals of providing more healthy food to [...]