- North American Fruit Explorers (NAFEX)
is a network of individuals throughout the United States and Canada
devoted to the discovery, cultivation and appreciation of superior
varieties of fruits and nuts.
- Home Orchard Society Inc.
(HOS) is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to
assisting both novice and expert growers and promoting the science,
culture, and pleasure of growing fruit.
Founded in 1975 in Portland, Oregon, Home Orchard Society has a
- Rare Fruit Council International
(RFCI), Manatee County Chapter newsletter
Fruit Explorers, also known as MidFEx, is located in the
Chicago, IL area. It describes itself as similar to CRFG, but with an
emphasis on the fruits of Midwest USA.
Cascade Fruit Society is made up of chapters throughout Western
Washington whose members are aspiring hobby orchardists and backyard
fruit growers in the Puget Sound area.
- American Phytopathological Society
- The California Farm Bureau Federation
- California Avocado Commission
- National Gardening
- TreeLink, a national website
project that provides resources for urban and community forestry.
Fruit Club of Queensland, Inc
Backyard Fruit Growers
- California Olive Oil Council was
created in 1992 to exchange information about growing olives and making
Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (ATTRA) - Overview
of Organic Fruit Production.
Organic Gardening Club, Orange County organization with a
demonstration garden at the Fullerton Arboretum.
- Wild Rose Agricultural
Producers, Alberta's largest producer funded general farm
- Rare Fruit
Council International (RFCI), Florida-based organization of
amateurs interested in tropical and subtropical fruits, with chapters
Kiwifruit Commission, everything you wanted to know about kiwis.
- Passiflora Society International,
information, seed bank and links to sources of passion flower lore.
- International Centre for
Underutilised Crops (ICUC) - Fruits and Nuts, University of
Southampton - Study and promotion of the growing of fruit and nut crops.
- Rare Fruit & Vegetable
Council of Broward County (FL) - An equivalent of CRFG with their
own nursery and three acre growing site.
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