Thanks for an incredible summer
Grow to Share provides local produce, nutritional education, and hands-on growing experiences to qualified families in Summit County. It is possible thanks to partnership between High Country Conservation Center, Summit County Women, Infants, and Children, and the Family and Intercultural Resource Center. Scroll down to see more details on our successful 2020 and 2021 seasons.
Donating food from your garden
During the summer growing season, community and home gardeners are encouraged to donate their extra produce.
- Harvest your produce – Use appropriate tools to ensure the best-looking and longest-lasting produce.
- Bag & label – At the drop-off sites, place your harvested produce into the provided bags and fill out the label. Be sure to shake off excess dirt from root veggies and avoid storing wet produce in the bags provided.
- Store for pick-up – Leave your produce in the coolers provided. More details are posted to this page during the growing/donating season.
The 2021 Grow to Share program was made possible through the partnership of the following organizations and our entire network of sustainable food supporters and recipients.
- High Country Conservation Center
- Summit County Women, Infants, Children (WIC)
- Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)
- St. Anthony Summit Medical Center
- Kroger / City Market
- Anschutz Family Foundation
- Alexandra Storm Foundation
- Generous local donors
For more information or to volunteer, please contact Allie Flynn
How to Donate From Your Garden
It’s quick and simple, and produce drop-off locations are available in Frisco and Dillon Valley. Look for the cooler and be sure to label and bag your dry produce with the supplies provided.
83 Nancy’s Place, Frisco
Drop off Mondays for pickup by 8:30 a.m. Tuesdays
Dillon Valley Elementary Garden
108 Deer Path Rd., Dillon
Mondays, 7 a.m. to noon