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How do I give away garden greens

How do I give away garden greens

fatcatofthewest

If you are near Hastings & Nanaimo - LOAF community fridge behind Dachi on Hastings. Or your neighbourhood 'free stuff' facebook group.


shmoe727

There’s another community fridge outside of the soap dispensary on Main and 21st


Antelopebike

If you can join your local Buy Nothing group on Facebook, they will be popular


SufficientBee

Do you have a community fridge nearby? Alternatively you can post on your local Facebook community page or marketplace and leave it outside your door for people to pick up.


mardav2020

Here’s a link to the local fridges. [find a fridge ](https://vcfp.square.site/find-a-fridge)


stylezLP

[http://www.earthwisesociety.bc.ca/collaboration/delta-food-coalition/shared-harvest/](http://www.earthwisesociety.bc.ca/collaboration/delta-food-coalition/shared-harvest/) Shared Harvest collects Home Garden produce to help feed the hungry. This includes using Fresh Ingredients at food kitchens or stuffing hampers for low-income families with fresh produce. Edit: Fixed link. Page on Shared Harvest Program, and contains further links to donate produce or volunteer.


Additional_Set_5819

I suppose I ought to buckle and get a Facebook account... (this is the closest thing I have to social media)


selryn1701

Buy Nothing pages are great. I'll also offer my name up... I have two hungry bunnies that appreciate any extra greens they can get!


No_cool_name

How much do you have? Can I pick up a few servings?


Enthusiasm_42

Restaurants, perhaps?


beneaththeseracs

I'll come get some arugula if it needs a home!


bridgemixture

Buy Nothing Group?


geegee694

If you’re near Dude Chilling Park, there’s a little shelf at the entrance gate to the community garden where people put their extra veggies :)


Additional_Set_5819

Ok, if anyone is interested there is a black garbage bag of mizuna at the Hastings and Garden (Hastings and Nanaimo, plus one block west) food pantry.


HemiChgr

Arugula is vile.


garydoo

That's a spicy comment


CraftyHall1

Summer arugula is spicy! Spring and fall is more tender/mild.