Over the next ten weeks, I am trying to organize a series of neighborhood walks in different Oakland, Berkeley, and San Francisco neighborhoods with the idea of identifying edible forage-ables. […]
to express my love for a Lawton Ave hachiya persimmon. November 2006
Between today, Thursday, and Saturday, I need to make contact with the owner of this Persian mulberry tree, which is in Berkeley. The Persian mulberry is barely visible behind the […]
First: this is the first assignment of Alexandra, the Rockridge liaison. She will periodically check up on these plums and promptly call me once she’s had her first delicious plum […]
This Polaroid was taken yesterday afternoon, one and a half blocks from my small home. There are apricots, definitely unripe, but there will be a bounty come June.
The above letter is a plea for plums from my old Rockridge neighbors. Today I am hand-delivering these letters. If you or someone you know has a plum tree and […]
Several days ago, a pomelo much like this one was delivered to me over dinner. It was harvested from my friend’s sister’s tree near the Claremont Hotel. Advancements with Forage […]
Forage Oakland: Forage San Francisco Do you or someone you know have fruit trees, herbs, wild edible greens, or nuts growing at your residence? Do you have a surplus? If […]
These are leaves from several Rockridge trees: a walnut tree leaf, several plum leaves, an almond tree leaf, and apricot.
Finally, I have found out the name of this fruit. It took a bit of creative “Google image” searching, but I now know that it is called the tamarillo, or […]