A message from Woodland Community Harvest:
Do you have fruit trees? Or did you go to bed hungry last night ?
Woodland Community Harvest is a nonprofit volunteer organization that harvests extra fruit and vegetables from backyards and small farms, then passes it along to local charities (Yolo County Food Bank, Woodland Food Closet, etc.) to feed the hungry. Since it’s inception in 2010, WCH has donated over 200,000 lbs. of produce to help those with food insecurity.

Got fruit or veggies?  We’re looking for owners who have excess produce (fruit or veggies) or need help harvesting their crop. Every week, we send out trained volunteer harvesting teams in the Woodland area. You’re welcome to keep as much produce as you can use, and the remainder will be donated to local charities which feed the hungry. You will also receive a tax donation for your generosity.

Want to help? Volunteering with us is a fun and satisfying way to make an immediate positive impact on your community in only a few hours.

To offer produce from your orchards, fields, or backyards as a contribution or if you’d like to volunteer, email: wcharvest@yahoo.com.

Woodland Community Harvest, Sharing The Bounty to Strengthen Our Community