Wednesday, June 10, 2009


In this morning's New York Times, Kim Severson has a great article about urban produce-sharing programs.  

Through Neighborhood Fruit, backyard growers can register their fruit trees and share their harvest when the time is ripe.  Don't have a fruit tree to share?  Not to worry.  You can still get in on the picking for a small fee.  At Veggie Trader, you can also swap and share produce from your garden.  

What a fabulous way to get some fresh, local goodies and get to know your neighbors while you're at it!

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