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Gleaning for a cause

Submitted by Miriam Limov
On Jan. 12, a total of 15 intrepid Sierra Harvest volunteers braved the muddy Johansen Farm in Penn Valley, gleaning 2,720 pounds of sweet and organic spaghetti and butternut squash. The haul was generously donated by Rich Johansen and brought to Interfaith Food Ministry to help feel their 8,000-plus clients of whom 25% are children.
Submitted by Miriam Limov

On Jan. 12, a total of 15 intrepid Sierra Harvest volunteers braved the muddy Johansen Farm in Penn Valley, gleaning 2,720 pounds of sweet and organic spaghetti and butternut squash. The haul was generously donated by Rich Johansen and brought to Interfaith Food Ministry to help feel their 8,000-plus clients of whom 25% are children.

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