Lean, Mean GLEAN

I was a lean, mean, gleaning MACHINE today! Our group of about 12 people at one time gleaned a gorgeous orchard of Liberty apples in Roy, WA on a typical Washingtonian day. It was cloudy but not rainy, cool but not cold and spirits were high. It was quite simply…perfect. The birds were chirping and the bees were buzzing. I couldn’t think of a better way to spend my morning. In 3 hours our group gleaned the entire orchard. We must have done over 50 trees. Total glean?

3,066 POUNDS.

That is some serious gleaning my friends. :) It could give each person in Colfax, WA 1 pound AND probably a piece of apple pie. It would also mean 8 pounds a DAY for one year for one person! HAHA!

I ended up with 20 pounds of ground fall apples myself… Any gluten/dairy/sugar-free ideas????

**Check out our day at The Tacoma News Tribune!**

Don’t know about gleaning? Check it out HERE.

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About Sarah Hiller

Eco-maniacal! I love learning about food and health, and then sharing! I'm also an aspiring photographer, lover of kale, dogs, yoga, anything fitness, sunshine, rainbows, unicorns and heavy metal. It is my goal to empower and support people through nutrition and attitude. I have an Etsy store you can check out as well www.etsy.com/shop/ironballoon

4 responses to “Lean, Mean GLEAN”

  1. grandmie4rah says :

    Very interesting…You amaze me at all the unusual things you and Jon find to do and places to see. I am proud of you…Nice picture!!!

  2. Lynnette says :

    You are famous! I saw the picture in the Tribune! What a great cause.

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