Volunteers pick surplus fruit from your trees

Many fruit trees in private gardens produce more fruit than their owners can use – but an association is offering to harvest the unwanted crop and turn it into jam to be sold.

Cueillette Solidaire is managed by Sophie Allain of The Renouer Association, based in Grasse, which helps the long-term unemployed. People in the area with gardens growing fruit trees, lavender bushes or ...

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