An Article Published in edibleJersey, Celebrating Local Foods of the Garden State, Season by Season.
September 9, 2015
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An Article Published in Bucks County Taste, by Lynne Goldman.
September 9, 2015
Are you ready? Let’s go for a ride.
I’ve known Cathy Snyder for almost five years, since she first decided to step into the food waste stream and do whatever she could to divert some of it to hungry people.
An Article Published by Alfred Lubrano, Inquirer Staff Writer.
March 16, 2014. Photo courtesy of Tom Gralish/Staff Photographer
Famous for its $4.95 chocolate bars and high-end lattes, the Lambertville Trading Co. coffee bar had a line snaking out the door in Lambertville, N.J., last week, a short walk east across the Delaware River from New Hope, Bucks County.
An Article Published by Hannah Howard, on December 2, 2013
In 2009, Rolling Harvest Founder and Executive Director Cathy Snyder was regularly volunteering at her local food pantry in Lambertville, New Jersey when she took a trip to the New Hope Community Farmers Market to stock up on farm-fresh goods for her family. A light bulb went off.
An Article Published in Bucks County Taste by Lynne Goldman, on October 7, 2013.
We live in a county that has much to offer. Rich farmland, comfortable housing, good food and innovative chefs, artisanal ice cream and cheese, tasty meat and beautiful vegetables and fruits. Fortunately, we also have hard-working people who recognize that not everyone in Bucks County can afford to partake in this bounty.
An Article Published in the Times Publishing Newspapers, Inc. by June Portnoy, on September 3, 2013.
Several years ago, Cathy Snyder volunteered her time stocking shelves at Fisherman’s Mark food pantry in Lambertville, which serves families in need living in the New Hope-Solebury community.
An Article Published in the Bucks Life by Avery Greene, on February 1, 2013.
It’s been almost three years since Cathy Snyder, a Lumberville mother of two college-age children, started canvassing Bucks and Hunterdon farms in the massive Ford Excursion that she won, gleaning leftover produce to supplement the too-often lacking pantries and shelters.