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Looking for foragers to interview for UCB project. 2 Replies

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What To Do about "Pre-emptive Sharing" 2 Replies

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Welcome to Found Fruit

Found Fruit is about connecting and creating community over something as simple as local food. It's a place for those interested in urban gardening, foraging, bee charming and the like. Find a CSA, learn about fermentation and discover farmers markets. Tell people about your club, exchange ideas, meet people with similar interests. Most importantly, have fun.

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Carla Lopez commented on susie wyshak's group Free Fruit
"It is quince season now, does anyone have ay quince to spare?"
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Oakland Barter

Barter goods and skills in Oakland, CASee More
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Berkeley Barter

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Building a Strong Regional Foodshed at Petaluma Seed Bank

December 8, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
The Seed Bank in Petaluma, their special free series with Marin Organic, Farming 101, will feature a workshop with Anthony Chang from Kitchen Table Advisors (KTA) with Adam Davidoff and Ryan Power from New Family Farm in Sebastopol. Kitchen Table Advisors envisions a new generation of thriving small-scale, sustainable farms that produce healthy food and form the foundation of regional food systems in the greater San Francisco Bay Area.  Anthony Chang will share information about KTA's work…See More
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"Hi All, we've started adding groups by city to make it easier to barter. Check it out in our groups page. Feel free to start your own."
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Anna Akullian is now a member of Found Fruit
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Porcini are popping up

Time to put your porcini eyes to use.  They are starting to pop up.East Bay EdSee More
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Claudia MIller is now a member of Found Fruit
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Introduction to Backyard Beekeeping with Alan Kramer at Fruitvale, Oakland

November 15, 2014 from 11am to 2pm
New to beekeeping or just want to understand more about what's involved before plunging in? Curious about all the buzz, why bees need our help and how you can get involved? Join us for an Introduction to Backyard Beekeeping. Learn the basics of backyard beekeeping in this popular class! Topics include common hive types, tools and safety equipment, hive maintenance and a hands-on hive inspection. Participants will have an opportunity to taste local honey and receive 10% off our basic safety…See More
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Pollinate Farm & Garden posted events
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Barbara Cohen is now a member of Found Fruit
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Kristina Ketelsen is now a member of Found Fruit
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King Boletes are up!

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Posted by Found Fruit on November 22, 2012 at 3:30pm — 1 Comment

Quince Time!

It's Quince season!  Quince tastes like an apple mixed with a lemon.  I like to peel it, chop it (excluding the seed core) and add it to a basic apple crisp.…

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Posted by Found Fruit on October 1, 2012 at 9:12pm

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