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Re: FW: fruit trees

There is a great organization here in Victoria called the Fruit Tree
Project, run I think by LifeCycles (250-383-5800) or they would point you
the direction.  This group has mapped fruit trees around the city that are
not harvested and carries out the harvesting, pruning and distribution of
the produce to food banks and designated groups (exactly who, I am not
sure).  I think most of these trees are on private land, but it sure would
be great to see city trees receive this same level of care and derive such
great benefits! Something to explore...another level of urban food
production.  Good luck, Marisa

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