At the Master Gardener Demonstration Garden in Marysville’s Jennings Park, Master Gardeners and interns help load 169 pounds of organic vegetables on a truck for delivery to the Marysville Food Bank in August of 2013. Annually, the gardeners grow, harvest and donate from 3,000 to 4,000 pounds for the food bank. Gardeners loading produce were Deb McGrath-Zehm (left) Kathleen LaFrancis Eaton, Pam O’Neil and Gordy Newman. (Dan Bates / Herald file photo)

Editorial: Waste not, want not and help food banks fight hunger

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