…why not sign in to smile.amazon.com with your regular Amazon credentials and choose California Rare Fruit Growers as your designated charity? It doesn’t cost you a cent more and helps us give you more of what you joined us for (well, except for fruit exchanges and face to face meetings […]
Welcome to the CRFG website!
With 22 chapters — not all in California — and members on every continent except Antarctica, we are the largest amateur fruit growing organization in the world. If you want to learn everything and anything about growing fruit in an environmentally responsible manner, this is where you want to be. Come on in!
PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION. WE ARE NOT A BUSINESS AND DO NOT SELL FRUIT OR FRUIT TREES.
Now a Wiki!
Now a Wiki!
Now a Wiki! (Come on, you know this is how you first found us)
The first alarm was sounded on the ourfigs.com forum three weeks ago. Now the larvae of the Black Fig Fruit Fly (Silba adipata McAlpine) has been found from Santa Barbara south to at least Orange County. The photo above is from Santa Monica. If your unripe figs appear misshapen or […]
…can now be viewed in our Piwigo gallery. In the meantime enjoy this first-place winning portrait of Borage — An Edible Magnet for Pollinators — by Linda Kay Williams of San Diego.
CRFG was supposed to hold a joint conference with NAFEX in Santa Rosa in 2020 but you know what happened there. It was optimistically rescheduled for this year but again fate intervened. Now NAFEX, with some help from the Redwood Empire Chapter, has decided to hold an online conference in […]