WICHITA, Kansas - The Kansas Food Bank along with the Sedgwick County Extension Master Gardeners are asking for help from local gardeners.
The week of July 7 through 13 has been declared Plant a Row for the Hungry Week by the City of Wichita and Sedgwick County.
This is a national effort to donate fresh produce to local food banks for those in need. The program, in its 13th year, has helped to collect over 413,000 pounds of fresh produce.
Gardeners can drop off their produce at the Kansas Food Bank or any of these drop off locations:
Kansas Food Bank
1919 E. Douglas
Augusta Ace Home Center
316 W 7th Ave. - Augusta
11200 W. Kellogg
2200 South Hillside
Hillside Feed and Seed
1805 S. Hillside
Johnson's Garden Centers
802 North Ridge Road
21st & West 13th
2707 West 13th
Valley Feed & Seed
1903 South Meridian
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