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There’s a good chance that in the coming days and weeks there will be vast quantities of delicious fall fruit – pomegranates, persimmons, jujubes, pineapple guavas and more – ripening in your neighborhood and at risk of going unharvested this year.
Help us prevent food waste, increase food access and build community in the Sacramento area by notifying us of these trees so that our resident led neighborhood harvest groups can glean and donate the fruit back to their community, or to people in need from throughout the region through Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services and their extensive network of food access partner agencies.
Trees can be submitted for gleaning via the Soil Born Farms website.
You can also help to glean the fruit by volunteering with one of our growing network of neighborhood harvest groups, or by becoming a harvest leader and starting a new group in your neighborhood.
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Harvest Sacramento is the edible city initiative of Soil Born Farms – www.soilborn.org
For more information contact Edible City Coordinator, Dominic Allamano, at dallamano[at]soilborn.org or (916) 363-9685.