Date: 22 January 2011
Location: the Atlanta Community Food Bank Annex, 970 Jefferson Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
The 2nd Annual Fruit Tree Sale will be held on Saturday, January 22 in Atlanta. Last year, more than 2,000 fruit trees, vines and berries were planted as a result of the sale. We hope you will join us this year as we work to spread edible landscapes throughout the city and state. All proceeds benefit the Atlanta Local Food Initiative to further its work to build healthy, local food communities.
Pre-sale: Order online from Jan. 3-17.
Fruit trees will be available for pick up on Jan. 22 from 9-12 at the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Ordering online will help you avoid the crowd at the event and also guarantee that your plants will be available.
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Day Of Sales:
Fruit trees can also be purchased on Jan. 22 from 9-12. Last year, we sold out in 30 minutes! Arrive early because trees will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Fruit Tree experts will be available on-site to answer any questions as well as regular planting demonstrations.
Volunteers will be at the sale to direct you toward parking areas, assist with loading your car, and help with general questions. Please review our vendors for other sale details.
Email Rachael Bergmann, Fruit Tree Sale Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Georgia Organics at 678.702.0400.
The Fruit Tree Sale is at the Atlanta Community Food Bank Annex, 970 Jefferson Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30318. (The Food Bank’s headquarters is the building just south of the annex.)
If using a GPS please make sure to enter the address correctly as people experienced issues in locating the Food Bank last year.