Sarah Ramirez gleans apples from a front yard in Visalia.
The Central Valley produces most of the nation's nuts and fresh fruit - but the people who harvest those crops often can't afford them. At the same time, a recent study by the Natural Resources Defense Council estimates as much as 30 percent of some Central Valley crops go to waste in the fields. As part of a series we're calling "Hunger in the Valley of Plenty," Central Valley bureau chief Sasha Khokha takes a look at a grassroots effort to feed people by rescuing some of that produce. Reporter: Sasha Khokha