The January and February Scion Exchanges and Grafting Demos, the keystone and highlight of the CRFG year, are once again being impacted by the resurgence of COVID-19 infections. Most chapters are restricting their exchanges — if they are holding them at all — to chapter members only. If you are interested in attending such an event, you will be best served by checking in with the chapters closest to you for details. Find them under Chapters.
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 November. Read all the details here.
This great song was written by LA Chapter’s Emory Walton and performed by Michael Falcone.
(Photo by Rod Long on unSplash)
…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 in this Time of the Virus).
If you use the Amazon Shopping app on your phone, you can enable Smile in Settings. Just tap “AmazonSmile” and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the process.
And thanks from CRFG!