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Sign up as a member to our organization to get access to locally grown fruit. As a member you will have the opportunity to attend many fruit picks over the summer season. We look forward to meeting you. Note: The schedule is subject to change , but we do our best to provide the most accurate event details possible. Please. We invite you to become a member of Operation Fruit Rescue Edmonton! Please note: you must first become an OFRE Member in order to volunteer as a Fruit Picker. Visit our Become A Member page to learn more. If you have further questions about becoming a member contact: [email protected] Operation Fruit Rescue Edmonton (a.k.a. OFRE. Pronounced “offer”). Established in , OFRE is a non-profit organization. Our project grew out of an interest in locally grown food, raising awareness about food security, and establishing urban, local connections with our food. Read more about our History and our Mission.
Harvesting and distributing the abundant, overlooked, and delicious fruit that grows in the backyards, alleyways, and public parks of Boulder, Colorado. OFRE: Operation Fruit Rescue Edmonton, Edmonton, AB. K likes. Helping to get locally grown fruit in the hands, mouths, and minds of Edmonton's citizen's!. Community Fruit Rescue is a new organization with a mission is to inspire Boulder residents to harvest, share, and celebrate the bounty of our urban forest. Long before Boulder became a city, this land was used to cultivate apples and alfalfa. The alfalfa are long gone, but apple trees still live among us, heavy with fruit.
9 Nov Operation Fruit Rescue Edmonton (OFRE) is a cool little idea that is growing to be big. The 'coles notes' version of the program is that people who own property with fruit trees or shrubs and don't want to or cannot harvest the fruit, can connect with people willing and eager to pick it for them. One third of the. Operation Fruit Rescue: Micro-Orchard. by Rob Sproule. The morning of September 13 had a crisp bite to it, and we pulled into the old McCauley public school with a van full of trees, notepads, a camera, and high hopes. We were expecting a tree planting, but we stumbled into a community of dedicated people brought. We are a non-profit society in Edmonton, Alberta that uses rescued local fruits to make jams, jellies, and other preserves. We've diverted more than kg of fruit in Edmonton.