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Looking for gleaning opportunities in Denver that do not involve fruit

 
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I'm looking to glean bulk amounts of staple vegetables; root vegetables, squash, pumpkins, cabbages, etc. I'd be willing to pay at least a little, (though obviously not store prices) and put up with damage, etc. I'm in the south metro Denver area. Any ideas would be great.
 
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