California Rare Fruit Growers is the largest amateur fruit-growing organization in the world, with members in 48 states and US territories, and in 35 countries. Our chapter is one of the 17 chapters in California.
For our Dec 2023 meeting, click HERE.
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Be part of a very dynamic group of Fruit Growers in the South Bay.
Your may have only 2 fruit trees and wanted to have more. We can help you.
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If you love to plant fruit trees/plants and interested to have multiple varities in one tree, you are in the right spot!
Our meetings are on the 3rd Saturday of the month at 9:45am. We usually do socials before the actual presentation, so join in as early as 9:45am. See details in next page.
Starting January 2022, we will have our in person meeting at South Coast Botanic Garden. It will be a Hybrid meeting where our speakers will be presenting via zoom and the audience could attend in zoom or in person. Registration to attend is required.
South Coast Botanic Garden is located at 26300 Crenshaw Blvd, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274. We will be meeting at the Hall.
We planned for several garden tours in the South Bay area where chapter members are given priority to get invited to the gardens. That’s why it is beneficial to be a chapter member!
The Pollinators (2020) is an awarding winning documentary presenting a year round journey following migratory beekeepers. Truckloads of beehives travel around the country chasing the folowing seasons of fruits, nuts and vegetables, and many agriculture products. According to New York Times, 'the film presents a thoroughly researched look at the causes and effects of the rapidly declining bee population, essential for the food supply in the United States.' The movie is currently available on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Kanopy w/Library Card, & Curiosity Stream.
Here is the official trailer:The Pollinators (2020) Official Trailer HD
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