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Food Sustainability at Whitman


How does Whitman make efforts to keep fight food insecurity and reduce waste?

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Glean Team and Organic Garden help fight hunger in community by

With boxes picked of deformed fruit and baskets of free vegetables, Whitman Glean Team and Organic Garden are doing their best to help the Walla Walla community’s food insecurity issues. Gleaning is the act of collecting leftover produce from farmers after a harvest. The club picks (or “gleans”) the unwanted crops and transports ... (more)



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Glean Team and Organic Garden help fight hunger in community

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[caption id="attachment_92402" align="alignright" width="300"] Photo by Marra Clay[/caption] With boxes picked of deformed fruit and baskets of free vegetables, Whitman Glean Team and Organic Garden are doing their best to ...


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