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Harvest Sacramento, the edible city initiative of , is a collaborative effort of local residents, non-profit organizations, community groups and businesses that harvest surplus fruit and vegetables from homes and donate the rescued food to help feed their community.
We we train and support a growing network of resident led, neighborhood focused harvest groups in order to recover ever more of the fresh fruit which is available year round in Sacramento area neighborhoods and get it to those in need. These groups are working hard to improve food access and community resilience in their neighborhoods and are always looking for more volunteers to help them find new trees, organize the harvests and pick the fruit!
Check out the list of active neighborhoods below, join their Facebook group (linked through the neighborhood name), and contact your local coordinator to offer them your volunteer support!
Apricots, plums and pluots are up next on the year round harvest calendar!
Ashley Hammock, HarvestArcade@gmail.com, (916) 800-8080
Kristin Goree, HarvestCollegeGreens@gmail.com, (916) 668-9964
Nanci Kuzins, firstname.lastname@example.org, (916) 455-9259
Christina Maradik-Symkowick, HarvestHollywoodPark@gmail.com, (916) 524-2754
Patricia Sturdevant, HarvestLandPark@gmail.com
Amaya Weiss, email@example.com
Stephen Smoker & Cameron Preston, HarvestMidtownSac@gmail.com
Mitch Davis, HarvestNorthOakPark@gmail.com, (707) 536-5933
Kathy Anuszczyk, firstname.lastname@example.org, (916) 747-4398
Autumn Eberhardt & Karl Hass, HarvestRanchoCordova@gmail.com (210) 781-7544
Eileen Reeder & Scott Anderson, HarvestRosemont@gmail.com
Chanowk Yisrael, HarvestSouthOakPark@gmail.com
Coming soon … Harvest Carmichael, Harvest Elk Grove, Harvest Sac State and maybe your neighborhood!
For more information contact Edible City Coordinator, Dominic Allamano, at dallamano[at]soilborn.org or (916) 363-9685.
Trees can be submitted for gleaning via the
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