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Hi Folks,

We have an opportunity to provide a food bank or three with some of our surplus bounty! Is there anyone who is interested in stepping up to coordinate with local food banks and bring this crop to them?

We can all help to harvest, prep and bag it, but we need someone to take a lead on coordinating and delivery. I’m estimating about 100 pounds surplus, and if it isn’t harvested, the Pac Choi will bolt! Please reply to this post if you are that Good Samaritan Altruistic Warrior Hero kind hearted individual.

Travis

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3 Responses to Surplus Pac Choi

  1. leigh-ann.topfer says:

    Hi Travis,<o:p></o:p>I volunteer at the Green & Gold community garden, just further down the road from your garden on the South Campus. We are checking with the Campus Food Bank to see if they can use any of our surplus vegetables too. Apparently, they have a van & can pick up. I’ll let you know if they say they can take these kinds of perishables. (The contact there is Ashley Seibert, phone 780-492-8677, but I just called & she is on vacation for another week. Her assistant is sending her a text message & should let us know today or tomorrow.)<o:p></o:p>Cheers,<o:p></o:p>Leigh-Ann<o:p></o:p>From: Edmonton Organic Growers Guild [mailto:post=eoggs.posterous.com@posterous.com] On Behalf Of Edmonton Organic Growers GuildSent: July 27, 2011 3:21 PMTo: Topfer, Leigh-AnnSubject: [eogg.org] Surplus Pac Choi<o:p></o:p>

  2. poole99 says:

    We are off to volunteer at the Edmonton Food Bank tonight.  I will check with them to see if they would be interested.  If they can’t use it they might be able to tell me who would appreciate a windfall of Pac Choi<o:p></o:p> Cheers, Jeannie<o:p></o:p> From: Edmonton Organic Growers Guild [mailto:post=eoggs.posterous.com@posterous.com] On Behalf Of Edmonton Organic Growers Guild Sent: July 27, 2011 3:21 PM To: poole99@telus.net Subject: [eogg.org] Surplus Pac Choi<o:p></o:p>

  3. rubythursday says:

    Checked out Meals on Wheels webpage. They are requesting fresh produce from gardeners. It can be dropped off between 8am and 3pm at 11111 103 avenue. 

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