Yes, due to the SARS-COV2 virus, our March/April field trips and meetings have been canceled; but we still want to chat about what’s going on in our orchards and in our dreams of future fruit. So, here you are, the long yearned-for, and now updated, CRFG-WLA Forum.
If you are a chapter member, your username is your last name (couples, please use the one attached to the email address you joined with). This is brand-new for us and supposedly you have been assigned a password which is the same as the zip code you registered with. If this doesn’t work, we will send out emails with site-generated passwords (great, something else to remember). There will definitely be growing pains so please be patient.
If you are not a chapter member, you will be able to read posts in this forum section (though perhaps not others in the future). To be able to post questions, etc, however, you will have to register. Since that is also still a work in progress, please Contact Us and we will try to make it happen.
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Free plants, fruit, etc!
Okay, in the absence of in-person meetings, a lot of us are accumulating plants we would ordinarily offer for raffle, or fruit we would ordinarily bring to share. This is where you can post what you have and are willing to give away, especially to anyone who would put a few coins in the chapter piggy bank (so we can afford some really spiffy Zoom meetings until life gets back to normal)
- 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Growing fruit (questions,boasting, etc)
Pix (or what Bruce calls "fruit porn" is always welcome.
- 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Seed bank and scionwood exchange
If you are looking for something special or have seeds or scionwood you are willing to share informally, this is where to post it.
- 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Stuff for sale
I noticed some members have been posting fruit trees for sale in the Growing Fruit forum. This is where it should be posted here on in.
- 10 months, 1 week ago
All of us end up with a glut of something at some point or other. Here is where you can share your best notions or recipes for preserving or otherwise taking advantage of the orchard's bounty.
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- Free plants, fruit, etc!
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