4191 Appian Way
El Sobrante, California 94803

The subject of this meeting is "What's growing for you and where?" Not only is the climate different in different Bay Area counties, but even within a given town there are microclimates. Our members will talk about what's working for them and what's not. What usually works but hasn't in this wacky climate change year... Discussion moderated by CRFG President Bill Grimes.

Take some time before the meeting to reflect on your growing experiences so you can share with the group.

You do not need to be a CRFG member to attend although of course we hope you'll join.

Founded in 1968, the California Rare Fruit Growers (CRFG) is the largest amateur fruit-growing organization in the world. Its membership includes nationally recognized botanical gardens and noted international horticultural researchers, as well as hobbyists, commercial growers and representatives from institutions of higher learning. The members of twenty-one chapters and individual members reside in 48 states and territories of the United States, but the membership encompasses over 35 countries worldwide. Although oriented toward the environmentally sound culture of any and all edible plants in the home landscape, CRFG is focused on species not native to nor grown commercially in any given area. Its mission is to share knowledge acquired from its activities with home growers in particular and with anyone else in the world having an interest in edible plant cultivation.

Official Website: http://crfggoldengate.blogspot.com/

Added by spidra on February 3, 2008



I am not a member yet, but willing to sign up at the meeting. I attended the scion exchange in January.


Great, plau! We look forward to seeing you and hearing of your growing experiences!


I've put up part of the audio for this meeting, with visuals I edited in using iMovie. (I don't own a camcorder, unfortunately.)