Today we had our first glean of the year at True Love Farm. On Monday, Karen of True Love Farm contacted Bennington Communal Harvest to ask if we could harvest some bok choy that had bolted. Even though bolted bok choy is edible and delicious, many market-goers avoid it, so Karen was looking for an alternative way the bok choy could be used. We agreed to harvest all of the bolted bok choy, and then called Meals on Wheels in Bennington who said that they could use the bok choy in meals during the next few days, including a pork stir fry on Wednesday. Eli and Cleo went to True Love on Tuesday morning, and harvested roughly 50 lbs of bolted bok choy which they then delivered to Meals on Wheels about an hour later. A special thanks to True Love Farm for making use of edible produce, to Hannaford for giving us produce boxes to use, and to Meals on Wheels for preparing the bok choy for community members to eat.