Heavy haul goes to emergency food pantry

Dave Zentner and Leo Nagel are volunteers at the Bismarck Emergency Food Pantry. They loved looking over everything we brought in.

Dave Zentner and Leo Nagel are volunteers at the Bismarck Emergency Food Pantry. They loved looking over everything we brought in.

Volunteers harvested 164.6 pounds of veggies over noon in Basin’s Backyard Garden. The crops included beets, tomatoes, zucchini, squash, beans, peppers, corn, eggplant, brussels sprouts and celery.

Gardeners dropped off the heavy haul at the Bismarck Emergency Food Pantry. We loved providing such a great variety of vegetables for folks to choose from.

Brussels sprouts as they grow on the plant.

Brussels sprouts as they grow on the plant.

Bill Baer picking the brussels sprouts from their plants.

Bill Baer picking the brussels sprouts from their plants.

Brussels sprouts harvested. One plant had about enough for two good meals.

Brussels sprouts harvested. One plant had about enough for two good meals.

Lindsey DeKrey, amazed at one of our cooler pumpkins. It's fluorescent! #nofilter

Lindsey DeKrey, amazed at one of our cooler pumpkins. It’s fluorescent! #nofilter

Erin Huntimer taking some celery to task.

Erin Huntimer taking some celery to task.

Sheila Brunner picked beans and pulled plants.

Sheila Brunner picked beans and pulled plants.

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