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Synonyms for glean

to collect (something) bit by bit

Synonyms for glean

gather, as of natural products

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The Ojai resident joined about 30 other Food Share volunteers Wednesday in a Camarillo radish field for their annual Gleaning Day, part of National Food Bank Week in Ventura County.
of Billerica, MA, a remote sensing firm that specializes in gleaning information from hyperspectral and multispectral imagery.
Andrew, based in Big Island, Virginia, has been cleaning up after these machines for more than 25 years, gleaning the leftovers and distributing them to those in need.
Homeowners occasionally invite gleaners to harvest from backyard fruit trees or overproducing vegetable gardens - food that might otherwise rot on the ground, said Laurie Trieger, gleaning coordinator for FOOD for Lane County.
A spry 94, the Ojai retiree has been gleaning for FOOD Share Inc.
This characteristic spectral fingerprint may also serve as a means of gleaning information about the chemical, or electronic, environment surrounding an atomic nucleus, Koonin suggests.
4,000 to FOOD for Lane County to help fund its gleaning program, which coordinates with local farmers and the community to reduce food waste, encourage self-reliance and support the initiative of limited-income families in meeting their own needs.
We hear about harvests and weeds and gleaning, about shepherds and sheep, about bread and water and festivities.
VENTURA - FOOD Share, Ventura County's food bank, is seeking volunteers who will spend a couple of hours each week gleaning food from area fields, driving trucks and working in the distribution warehouse.
Gleaning information about what happens in the sun's outer layers, Gough adds, "is an important step towards discovering the underlying mechanism that controls the solar cycle.
The gleaning of useful information from the jumble of sensory input the environment provides is a major task of animals' nervous systems.
Gleaning is an age-old European tradition from the Middle Ages where land-owners would invite the poor on to their land to gather the fruit that had been left unharvested.
WHO: Benjamin Rasmus, RFH program director, and Heather Hoffman, community activist, will pedal 3,500+ miles from Washington State to Washington, DC calling attention to hunger, food waste and gleaning in America.
Small Potatoes is just one of many such organizations across the country that are turning to gleaning to prevent waste, provide fresh food to the hungry, and build community.
Metro area gleaning cooperation is "putting it all together" in a four-county area of Oregon.