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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

Started by Jim Gasperini in General Discussion. Last reply by Found Fruit Nov 9, 2013.

New Member in Sonoma County

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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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Free Fruit

This group is for people to report public fruit trees and offer bounty from your own trees to people, simply to make sure the fruit gets used!
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Fruit and Veggie Exchange

You don't have to grow everything...just grow enough to share and trade with your neighbors.  Use this group to gift or barter produce from your fruit trees and gardens.Photo Credit: Kim Di GiacomoSee More
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Seed Exchange

Got extra seeds left over from your Spring or Fall plantings? Want to try new types of plants by sharing with your community? Seed Exchange is the place to swap Heirloom and Open Pollinated Seeds, Vegetable Seedlings, Fruit Trees and Berry Cuttings.
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King Boletes are up!



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.…


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


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