City Fruit-Cycle: Drop off your fruit every Wednesday at Bike Works

City Fruit is kicking off a new initiative in which we encourage homeowners to harvest their own fruit, drop it off with us, and we’ll make sure it gets to one of our many food banks partners.

We are so psyched to be partnering with Bike Works to provide this community resource. Bike Works has been working for kids, bikes, and community since 1996. Their programs invest in young people and encourage bicycling as a clean and healthy transportation alternative. Check them out!

Our lovely fruit trike will be parked out in front of Bike Works in Columbia City on Wednesdays from 3:30-6:30 pm during the Columbia City Farmers Market.  Come on by with your extra fruit and help us get this initiative off the ground.

Wanna volunteer? We need people to help staff our fruit cycle on Wednesdays from 3:30pm-6:30pm. Contact colette@cityfruit.org if interested.

 

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One Response to City Fruit-Cycle: Drop off your fruit every Wednesday at Bike Works

  1. Frank Firmani says:

    There are 2 Japanese pear trees at 920 S. Harney St in Georgetown in front of the Pace Labs bldg. which are very, very prolific. I pick enough for my own use, but there are bushels more going to waste. the owners don’t mind if you pick.Put on your map for next year.

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