GleanSLO wants to thank 5th grader Jahan from Bishop’s Peak/Teach Elementary for collecting 302 pounds of fresh citrus from his school community. Jahan’s teacher, Miss Bailey, suggested he work with GleanSLO for his Community Action Project and we want to thank her, too! Over the past few weeks, Jahan sent out fliers to raise awareness about the need for fresh, local produce for The Food Bank, and how each family can help others by sharing their backyard fruit.
The Talley family, owners of Talley Farms, have always been invested in the well-being of our community. Their generosity is…Continue Reading
SLO High School Students collected over 700 pounds of fruit at their first Fruit Drive hosted by the FFA on…Continue Reading
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We have all heard about a Food Drive… but a Fruit Drive? Have you ever heard of such a thing?…Continue Reading