Madison Area Food Pantry Gardens help to feed people in the Madison (WI) area. We are individuals, families, members of church or civic groups, businesses and student groups making a difference by producing and gleaning food. We invite to join us.
We help feed people in the Madison (WI) area by providing food pantries with fresh, nutritious vegetables.
You can help raise approximately 25,000 lbs of produce per acre annually. We need help, days and evenings, each week of the growing season to plant, weed and especially harvest our bounty. Training and supervision is provided. All equipment and supplies are provided. Bring drinking water and gloves, and wear appropriate shoes and clothing.
To volunteer or for more information contact the specific Garden Leader or subscribe to our newsletter.
We also glean vegetables from farm fields and orchards. These vegetables are taken to Community Action Coalition and Second Harvest Food Bank for distribution to food pantries.
View our annual report by clicking Madison Area Food Pantry Gardens Report 2012