HARRISBURG – Members of the PA Legislative Hunger Caucus and numerous hunger awareness advocates gathered to mark the 11th season opening of the Capitol Hunger Garden in Harrisburg. Since 2008, the Caucus has participated in outreach initiatives that have raised awareness for hunger in the state. One of the more visible projects is the Capitol Hunger Garden located on the State Capitol grounds between the Main Capitol Building and the Ryan Office Building. Susan Cann with Harrisburg’s Downtown Daily Bread says the garden is a big help to their outreach by giving them over 700 pounds of fresh produce to provide nutritious meals to the needy. Hundreds of volunteers and Penn State Master Gardeners come to the garden to harvest thousands of pounds of produce each year to feed many Pennsylvanians in need.