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    Phoebe Lyttle, community outreach director for Garbage to Garden, gleans flat beans at Jordan's Farm. Thirteen people, mostly volunteers, gleaned the field and produced more than 250 pounds of beans for Wayside, a distribution hub for local food pantries.

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    Roseanne Urbano, a volunteer for Garbage to Garden, holds a handful of flat beans before adding them to a bucket.

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    Volunteers glean the bean field at Jordan's Farm in Cape Elizabeth. The process involves pulling plants out by their roots and gathering any produce that remains after the field has been harvested.

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    Lyttle pours a bucket of yellow beans into a bin at Jordan's Farm. In two hours, the volunteers gathered more than 250 pounds of beans.

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    Kelin Welborn, a volunteer through Maine Cooperative Extension, hauls a bucket of beans.

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