Grape Tomato Glean 9-26-15

Posted on Sep 23, 2015

We will pick green grape tomatoes on Saturday for delivery on Thursday, Oct 1 so our recipients are not inundated with too many tomatoes at one time.

Transporters will be asked to store the tomatoes in a cool, dry area until delivery to recipients on Thursday. If you are unable to store the produce for a few days, we will direct your delivery to a temporary storage location for later distribution.

Quantity estimate: approximately 1500-2000 lbs.

Saturday, September 26

Meet at the glean location by 8:30 am

near the apple glean Sep 17

There is ample parking at this location but you are welcome to meet in the Russ Ave K-Mart parking lot and carpool to the glean location.

From Main street in Waynesville, turn onto Pigeon Street/Hwy 276 south.
Travel approximately 1.6 miles, turn right onto Crymes Cove Rd.
Proceed .3 miles, turn left onto Francis Orchard Rd.
Take the first left onto Trials Gap Rd.
field is on the left before Red Barn Terrace

Please do NOT begin gleaning until instructed to do so by the Glean Manager.

Glean Manager:
Janine Geenen


By 5:00pm Friday, September 25
Please call, leave a message or text (preferred) Julie Powers at (281) 787-4114.
Identify yourself and indicate “yes” (you are available to transport for this glean) or “no” (you are not available for this glean).

Sun protection, drinking water and gloves.

As always, please feel free to bring out-of-town guests and/or kids to the gleans. It’s fun for the whole family!

Shoes suitable for uneven ground and/or muddy conditions

Assume the glean is ON unless otherwise notified via email since it may be raining at your home but not at the field.

In an effort to assure fairness, produce will be distributed (on a rotating basis) to predetermined and preapproved Haywood Gleaners recipient entities. Gleaned produce may not be sold.

If desired, gleaners may take home a small amount of produce for their personal use AFTER it has been weighed/tallied. A grocery bag should be used for this purpose and gleaners may not “cherry pick” the best produce for their personal use.