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Donate What You Grow: Edible Evanston’s Produce Sharing Initiative

GROW MORE
THAN YOU NEED?

tomato

Let Edible Evanston help. We will…

basket

DONATE IT TO
A FOOD PANTRY.

HOW?
DROP IT IN AND
WE’LL DELIVER IT.

cooler

PICKUPS START 
JUNE  12, 2021
and run through October 15, 2021

Place it in a cooler at the time & place shown below.

Where
NORTH EVANSTON


McCormick Community Gardens
2024 McCormick Blvd.

When Friday evening to Saturday by Noon
Who Gets It Hillside Food Pantry 


Twiggs Canal Community Gardens  
Bridge at Simpson St. 

When Friday evening to Saturday by Noon
Who Gets It Hillside Food Pantry

SOUTH EVANSTON


James Park Community Gardens*—STARTS JULY 7 
2222 Oakton St.

When Tuesday 11 a.m. to Wednesday by 2:30 p.m.
Who Gets It The Harvest at Vineyard Food Pantry


Elks Park Garden Plots*
Callan Ave. & Hull Ter.

When Friday 11 a.m. to Saturday by 11 a.m.
Who Gets It Hillside Food Pantry


Ridgeville Park District Community House Garden
Ridge Ave. & Seward St.

When Friday 11 a.m. to Saturday by 11 a.m.
Who Gets It Hillside Food Pantry


What

Any surplus fruits, vegetables, herbs and greens, right out of the garden. 

How to Donate

Bunch greens or bag small items (beans, cherry tomatoes) if possible; leave larger items loose. Clean off as much mud and dirt as possible and choose produce that has no signs of mold, spoilage, bruising or insects. Place in cooler during posted collection hours.

*James Park and Elks Park community gardens are not accessible to non-member gardeners. Other donors should please use another location.