Healthy Harvest 2018 Provides Fresh Produce Throughout Hancock County

July 16, 2018
Fresh and organic vegetables at farmers market
Ever find yourself wishing you could eat healthier, but not sure where to start? One great path to healthier eating is to start with fresh and healthy ingredients. In Hancock County, our new Healthy Harvest program—a partnership of Hancock Health, Healthy365, and Brandywine Creek Farms—is helping to bring fresh local vegetables, fruits, and other produce to residents throughout the summer and fall. The program runs through Monday, October 15.  

Each “stop” on the Healthy Harvest schedule lasts four hours. Fresh, low-cost produce can be purchased. Healthy recipes that use the provided ingredients are available. And those who face financial barriers to healthy eating can receive a voucher*—good for one large bag per week of fresh produce, at just $1 for the bag.

*You can get a voucher from your Hancock physician, or other social agencies, such as WIC. 

The prepacked $1 bags may include a variety of the following:

Cashiers accept cash only.

2018 Healthy Harvest Schedule

Healthy Harvest 2018 runs through Monday, October 15. The scheduled stops are as follows: 



8 a.m.–noon

Hancock Regional Hospital

801 N State St, Greenfield, IN


8 a.m.–noon

Cumberland Town Hall

11501 E Washington St, Cumberland, IN


1–5 p.m.

Hancock Wellness Center

8505 N Clearview Dr, McCordsville, IN


1–5 p.m.

Gateway Community Church

115 N Main St, Fortville, IN


New Palestine

8 a.m.–noon

New Palestine Town Hall

42 E Main St, New Palestine, IN


8 a.m.–noon

Hancock Health Center

219 E Main St, Morristown, IN


1–5 p.m.

St. Michael Catholic Church

519 Jefferson Blvd, Greenfield, IN


1–5 p.m.

Knightstown Health Care Center

224 W Main St, Knightstown, IN



8 a.m.–noon

The Jane Pauley Community Health Center

1107 N State St, Greenfield, IN


8 a.m.–noon

Shirley Post Office

330 Main St, Shirley, IN

Healthy Harvest Voucher Guidelines

You may not request substitutions to the bag upon pickup. However, you may choose to donate any unwanted items. Additional voucher guidelines include the following:

*You can get a voucher from your Hancock physician, or other social agencies, such as WIC. 

Get More Information on Healthy Harvest

To get more information about the program, or for any questions, contact Amanda Everidge, Healthy Community Manager, at

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