Published on June 24th, 2015 | by twwwine
Harvest Sacramento is looking for volunteers to pick fruit in Tahoe Park tonight
Harvest Tahoe Park is looking for more volunteers to help them harvest backyard apricots, peaches and plums June 23 starting at 6:15 at the corner of 61st Street and 11th Avenue.
Volunteers will join Harvest Tahoe Park coordinator Charleen McDaniel for a harvest of backyard peaches and plums. We will meet near the park benches at the corner of 61st St. and 11th Ave and will then head into the nearby neighborhoods for the harvest.
The harvest coordinator willl provide the necessary harvesting materials – picker-poles, ladders, clippers buckets and boxes.
Volunteers will carpool to each site and ideally be able to transport tools and harvested fruit between sites and then back to initial meeting place. If you have a truck or SUV that could help move people, tools and boxes, please bring it!
Young children (3-10 yrs old) are welcome to join us, but will be asked to focus their energy on sorting, packing and transporting the fruit. Children under the age of 15 are required to have supervision from a parent/guardian, while youth 15-17 can attend without adult supervision, but must have a volunteer waiver signed by their parent/guardian.
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