Open Access Honors Program Thesis
Gleaning--Iowa--Cedar Falls Region;
Gleaning is a term describing the act of either picking, cleaning or sorting produce that would otherwise be wasted. It is a practice long known to Europe, and in the past thirty years has gained immense popularity among non-profit organizations throughout the United States. The Cedar Valley Gleaning Program (CVGP) had its pilot-year in the fall of 2014. This thesis seeks to improve the efficacy of the CVGP through examining both the pilot year, and a qualitative study of gleaning operations worldwide, to answer the question: How can gleaning become an effective tool for communities in the Cedar Valley.
Year of Submission
School of Health, Physical Education, and Leisure Services
Division of Health Promotion and Education
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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© 2015 Dylan Thomas Hillyer
Hillyer, Dylan Thomas, "Gleaning in the Cedar Valley: A post-evaluation study" (2015). Honors Program Theses. 157.