Falling Fruit is a mapping program (hence the motto "Mapping the Urban Harvest") - people share where wild plants on public land are available, along with other foraging opportunities in people's yards. Someone has an apple tree they don't pick? Foragers will come by and help pick at least some of them, making less work for the homeowner to pick up falling fruit and helping people avoid the fruit stand. Win-win.
Some areas have more activity and, therefore, are more useful. I shared this with AngieB , who found nothing in her area. Downers Grove does not have much either, but it has to start somewhere. I'm still working up the nerve to drive down to pick an apple tree not far from us, one of these days we'll get down there. :)
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