Fresh produce grown at the Hope Garden and the Quigley Garden was harvested by volunteers and offered for sale at the Hope Garden on Saturday morning in Hailey. “After a slow, cold start, this season was successful for us with most of the vegetables,” said Lynea Petty, food production manager for The Hunger Coalition. “We had gobs of kale, carrots, beets, parsley, tomatoes, lettuce and more.” Petty said most of the harvest went out the door to volunteers, through the organization’s Volunteer for Veggies program, open to all community members. She said the vegetables also stocked The Hunger Coalition’s food pantry, and Bloom Youth Project interns learned to cook lunches together with the veggies.
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