Morgan Stanley volunteers pick cabbage in Pittstown for the needy

UNION TWP. – Around 70 people who usually work in offices sweated in the sun today, volunteering as farm laborers to pick produce that will be given to the needy.

Employees from Morgan Stanley, the financial services firm, showed up at the America’s Grow-a-Row farm to pick cabbage. They expected to harvest around 25,000 pounds of the vegetable by the time they were done around noon.

The group planned to also pick sweet corn, but there was so much cabbage to handle that the corn work was left for another group to do Friday, said Heather Mulvey of the …read more

Source: NJ.com Hunterdon

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