Sunday, January 3, 2010

Pomegranates, Persimmons, Apples, Lemons. Donate Fruit!




Life is not all about lemons! In California and other states nationwide, we have an abundant fall harvest. Pumpkins. Pomegranates. Persimmons. Apples. Pears. Lemons. Limes. Oranges. Tangerines. Grapefruit and many more. Begin noticing the beautiful autumn colors decorating urban sidewalks in a city near you. Find a tree. Meet your neighbors. Make a new friend. Pick fruit. Do good.

No child should go hungry. We don't have a food shortage in America. We have a food distribution problem. This is a wonderful, easy opportunity for any ONE of us to make a difference in our own community. Food banks and food pantries nationwide accept homegrown fruit for donation to feed the hungry.

CLICK HERE for food banks and food pantries NATIONWIDE who accept fresh fruit and produce.

Garden. Grow. Share the love. Pick some lemons.

Happy Harvesting.
Call or email the lemon lady for fast pickup and delivery.

Anna, The Lemon Lady
AnnaAndAva@gmail.com
Cell: (510) 406-1625

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7 comments:

  1. My guava plants are starting to bear fruit.
    I will be bringing some down to Monument Crisis center later this week.

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  2. By the way the survey for October is up on the Pulse of Concord
    www.PulseOfConcord.com
    deals with local issues. I wonder if there is a good question about gleaning/harvest projects, and the like.

    For example, we know it is going to take 5-10 years for the base to start its development. Should we target areas NOW for planting of vegetation in areas so that there is a 5-10 year growth by the time things . Of course knowing where to plant is an issue so that we do not have developers dig it up or restoration work tear it up.
    Just a thought on how to use the undisturbed time to the advantage of the community.

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  3. Anna,
    there is a house on the corner of Laurel and Ayers that has a persimmon tree in front, but I don't think they ever pick them, you may want to check it out!

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  4. Anna!!! Keep up the good work that you are doing,,, for the children that are blessed by your gracefullness are smiling eagerly!!!...also enjoy every second of your sweet Ava.....for one day she may move out on her own....as Travis has done,,,empty nest syndrom...is so bitter sweet...im am so proud of him.....Life is so Awesome!!!....GOD Bless

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