A yearly fall ritual could help feed someone in need.

The Garden at the High Plains Food Bank is asking for people to donate their fallen leaves.

The garden is holding its annual leaf drive where leaves collected provide fertilization needed for the soil to help next year’s garden.

Food grown and harvested from the garden goes toward the mobile harvest program.

The high plains food bank also educates people on how to grow their food at home.

If you would like to donate your leaves, put them in a bag and drop it off in the alley next to the garden at 815 Ross Street.