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Alameda Backyard Growers - Alameda - 2501 Shoreline Dr

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Alameda Backyard Growers

2501 Shoreline Dr, Alameda, California 94501
510-239-PICK (7425)

Project Pick.Backyard fruit gleaning program - offer your fruit tree to be picked or volunteer to pick. Alameda Backyard Growers (ABG) is a network of gardeners in Alameda, California who are interested in growing food and donating extra fruit and vegetables to the Alameda Food Bank. Mission is to share information and resources, and 'Grow community, one veggie at a time'. Free Seed Libraries. Resources for gardening, places to donate backyard fruit outside of Alameda, and more.

Item Notes Method Destination
Food for Donation Project Pick. Donate the excess fruit on your backyard trees. Volunteers will leave you fruit from their pick. Has gleaning program using trained volunteers to pick backyard fruit in the City of Alameda and donate it to the City of Alameda Food Bank. Volunteer your fruit trees to be picked and/or volunteer to pick fruit.
  • Free Pick-up
  • Reuse
Living Plants Informational. The Alameda Backyard Growers website has excellent gardening tips, articles, videos, and information on how to grow, harvest, and
  • Free Mail-in
  • Reuse
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