What comes to mind when you hear the words, “second harvest?”
A second crop that comes to maturity directly on the heels of a previous one? People picking leftover crops still in the fields after mechanical harvesting?
Either way you’d be correct but, there is a third definition for Second Harvest, one that does not get the acknowledgement it so richly deserves.
Second Harvest also means the practice of distributing “soon to outdate” foods directly to local food pantries.