National Gleaning Project Searchable data and an interactive map to help grow this nationwide network of gleaning and food recovery organizations.

Responsive website and database of gleaning resources for the National Gleaning Project and Center for Agriculture and Food Systems at Vermont Law School

Powerful data, easily delivered.

The National Gleaning Project at Vermont Law School needed a site that could deliver the right information to the right people — no matter where they live or work. So we blended an attractive, comfortable interface with a database of state-by-state resources — everything from regulations to reports. All of it searchable, sortable, and filterable on any device, and easily updated by project staff.

National Gleaning Project website shown on an iPad resting on a pile of oranges Desktop version of the National Gleaning Project resource database

Highlights

  • Searchable database of gleaning-related laws and resources
  • Interactive map of gleaning organizations nationwide
  • Appealing, custom graphics

Results

  • Top ranking in Google for targeted search terms
  • Marked increase in user engagement

Team

  • Gabe Halberg: Web design and development, art direction, project management
  • Claire Child: Client liaison, content writing and development, art direction
  • Andrea DiMattina: Illustration, graphics
  • Valerie McCord: SEO analysis

Praise

"Gabe has become one of our favorite people to work with. I trust his sense of design and his ability to translate my ideas into something great. He’s been a fabulous advocate for our work."

Claire Child of the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems at Vermont Law School
Claire Child Center for Agriculture & Food Systems,
National Gleaning Project
Three different responsive website page views for the National Gleaning Project