Fruit trees in Durango are ripe and ready, but need hands to harvest. The Good Food Collective works to eliminate food waste, end hunger and reduce bear-human conflict by collecting otherwise wasted backyard produce.
Community members interested in helping harvest may visit www.FruitGlean.org to find a list of available fruit trees for DIY harvest, or volunteer with a family-friendly Glean Team, which meets at 4 p.m. every Thursday outside the Smiley building,1309 East Third Ave .
For those who need help harvesting fruit trees, visit www.goodfoodcollective.org/list-your-tree. This platform specializes in matchmaking fruit trees with harvesters.
For more information, visit www.goodfoodcollective.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.