Falling Fruit

A massive, collaborative map of the urban harvest uniting the efforts of foragers, freegans, and foresters around the world. Explore and share information about the sources of free food in your neighborhood.

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Author: Jane Hoff

Middle School Librarian and Media Technician Guest Teacher, K - 12 BA, Sociocultural Anthropology, the University of Chicago, 1995 Graduate Student, Master of Library and Information Science, San Jose State University, CA https://helpfullibrarian.wordpress.com/

2 thoughts on “Falling Fruit”

  1. This is amazing and the website is so extensive! I noticed that the majority of US contributors are on the east and west coasts, which really doesn’t come as a surprise. Hopefully, with all this good farmland here in the Midwest, we can get Falling Fruit some awareness. Community gardens or urban harvesting may not seem like a big thing to do in your community (a small street corner with a couple plants), but it can grow to produce some big (hopefully life-changing) results.

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    1. Isn’t it though! I found this a few years ago, but it hadn’t really caught on yet. I am probably going to post my trees (orange, lemon, lime, grapefruit) and if we get too much yield for our summer vegetables this will be my go to. Yes, this is amazing!

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