Cathy Snyder

A Helping of the Harvest

An Article Published in the Courier Times and PhillyBurbs.com by Amanda Cregan, on November 22, 2012.

A donated box of macaroni and cheese or canned soup will put dinner on the table, but it does little to enhance nutrition.

A partnership between a group of volunteers and local farms aims to add to those dinner plates by connecting fresh, locally grown produce with neighbors in need.

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Rolling Harvest Food Rescue in the New Hope-Lambertville Region Announces New Website

An Article Published in the Hunterdon County Democraton October 16, 2012.

Rolling Harvest Food Rescue in the New Hope-Lambertville region invites the community to its new website: RollingHarvest.org — the new website for the nonprofit organization previously known as Gas Guzzling for Good.

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Suburban Organics Teams Up With Rolling Harvest Food Rescue to Help Those In Need!

An Article Published in Local Food Bucks County.
By Charles Minguez in May 2012.

Suburban Organics deliveries 100% organic fruits and veggies to your door! During the local growing season the company supports the local community by sourcing produce from farmers in Bucks County.

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She’s No Soccer Mom

An Article Published in Bucks Life Magazine.
By Kristin Boyd in January 2011.

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Kitchen in Lambertville Nourishes Community Feeling

An Article Published Online on Hunterdon County Democrat.
By Sallie Graziano on Saturday, November 20, 2010.

Twenty-five turkeys are being popped into ovens around the Lambertville area this weekend in preparation for the big meal — the day before Thanksgiving. It’s the second Thanksgiving meal that the Community Kitchen at Centenary United Methodist Church will host.

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Gas Guzzling for Good

An Article Published Online on Bucks County Taste.
By Lynne Goldman On November 3, 2010.

I was feeling a little blue this morning, and wouldn’t you know it, after checking my email, I really cheered up. Just last night we were chatting with Drew Abruzzese at the Pineville Tavern who was bemoaning the fact that here in Bucks County he had no way of donating his surplus food (every restaurant has it) to the people who need it most locally.

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