Nocturnal Fruit Forage

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Feeling fruity? Fan of free found fruit? Then Fallen Fruit is the tree you’ll want to bark up. An activist art project that maps public fruit in Los Angeles (and beyond), the group believes that public fruit is a resource that should (and can easily) be commonly shared. They’ve evolved from mapping to planning fruit parks in under-utilized areas, and this Thursday, April 19, at 6:30 p.m., they’ll be leading a Nocturnal Fruit Forage in SilverLake at the Triangle park at Sunset and Griffith Park Blvd. From the email:

The walking tour is expected to last
about an hour to 90 mins. We’ll be
harvesting some lovely organic produce
and identifying the best trees for summer
harvest!

We will provide maps of the area,
talk about what we call Public Fruit,
and fruitfully answer your questions.
Everyone is welcome to bring
fruit pickers & bags; walking shoes
and flashlights are good too!

Afterwards we will meet up at
Machine Project, 1200 D North
Alvarado Blvd, nr Sunset for tea
and fruit vivisection, accompanied
by a cornucopia of song by singer
Emily Lacy.