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Fun facts about eggplant::

  • Like tomatoes, eggplants are not actually vegetables they are technically berries
  • In Italy, eggplants were once known as “mala insana” which translates to crazy apple
  • Eggplant is rich source of dietary fibers, vitamins C, K and vitamins of the B group, and minerals such as copper, phosphorus and magnesium
  • In order to see if an eggplant is ripe, press the skin with your thumb, if the indentation disappears it is ready to eat!


Recipe: Eggplant Ragu

GardenShare Seeks Nominations for Award
Growing Community Award to be presented


Each year, GardenShare recognizes and individual or organization whose efforts strengthen food security in northern New York State. Past recipients have included farmers, food service staff, a food bank, community groups, and others.

September is Hunger Action Month (Fri, 2017-08-18) How will you get involved?

September is Hunger Action Month
Third Annual Fight Hunger 5K and Other Activities

Keep up with our blog (Sun, 2017-01-01) The GardenShare team provides regular updates on food issues in the North Country

 Interested in what's going on in the food world and how it connects to Northern New York?  The team at GardenShare will keep you up to date on food insecurity with regular posts on a blog.

GardenShare partners with United Way (Sun, 2017-01-01) GardenShare partners with United Way of Northern New York

 GardenShare is now a partner with the United Way of Northern New York.

This partnership will allow GardenShare to apply for funding through the United Way campaign.  To receive funding from United Way, the program must be unduplicated, meet a real need, show positive and specific results and have a positive effect on community health and well-being.

Sustainers Support GardenShare (Thu, 2013-06-13) Anyone can join GardenShare's Sustainers Circle to help build an equitable, sustainable regional food system.

GardenShare's Sustainers Circle is a group of individuals, businesses and organizations who commit to support GardenShare for three or more years.

As a small organization, we are very much at the mercy of economic instability, state and federal budget wrangling, and just plain difficult times. A commitment of support helps us plan ahead, and ensures that we'll have money in the bank to continue to run our flagship programs that help make our community a great place to find fresh, local food, regardless of income.

News Archive

Announcing the 2015 Growing Community Award (Thu, 2015-12-03) GardenShare honors Bob Washo and Flip Filippi
Holiday giving - on "Giving Tuesday" and all month long (Tue, 2015-12-01) "Giving Tuesday" and throughout December
GardenShare announces new sponsorship plan for 2016 (Mon, 2015-11-30) Marking "Giving Tuesday" 2015, GardenShare offers donors special opportunities for the coming year
Internships at GardenShare (Mon, 2015-11-23) Spring semester interns wanted
Volunteer with GardenShare (Thu, 2015-11-12)
GardenShare Board officers elected (Thu, 2015-11-12) Board officers for 2016
Hunger 101 (Thu, 2015-11-12) GardenShare offers a new education program
Food Day Youth Summit Evaluation (Thu, 2015-10-22) Provide feedback to help us evaluate the Food Day Youth Summit
Food Day Youth Summit October 22 (Tue, 2015-10-13) High school students gather to learn about food, hunger, agriculture issues
GardenShare Fight Hunger 5K results (Mon, 2015-10-12) Successful first time event! Thank you to all who made it so!