Driving to and from Holy Nativity Episcopal Church’s community garden in the Westchester neighborhood of Los Angeles, volunteers noticed backyard trees producing more fruit than one household could consume.
A light went on, and Harvest Westchester was born.
“We have a community garden at the church, and an outgrowth of the garden is to take everything produced there to a food bank,” said Christine Budzowski, coordinator of Holy Trinity’s community ...
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