Golden Gate Chapter, CRFG
Growing unusual edibles in
the San Francisco Bay Area

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The California Rare Fruit Growers (CRFG) is a non-profit organization headquartered at California State University, Fullerton, with chapters throughout the State of California (and elsewhere) and with members throughout the world. The members of the CRFG are professionals and amateurs all dedicated to the propagation of unusual fruits and vegetables, the acquisition and spread of knowledge about these plants and the enjoyment in doing so.

The Golden Gate Chapter of CRFG conducts meetings throughout the northern San Francisco Bay Area, usually in the odd-numbered months on the second Saturday of the month. Meetings almost always include speakers, tastings, a raffle of unusual plants and the chance to talk to people who live in your area and who share your interests. The major event is the chapter scion exchange in January, where cuttings from fruit trees, seeds, tubers and rootstocks are available, along with grafting instruction and expert advice on selecting, planting and growing these plants..

All are welcome. You need not be a member to attend, although membership in CRFG is encouraged. To receive our bi-monthly newsletter is only $10/year. For more information, contact us at:

Golden Gate Chapter, CRFG
2209 McGee Ave
Berkeley, CA  94703

email:

or call Katherine Pyle at (510) 843-1657


Questions or comments? Send email to the Golden Gate Chapter.


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