California Rare Fruit Growers, San Diego Chapter

What is CRFG?

The San Diego Chapter of the California Rare Fruit Growers was created to educate people about rare fruits, to identify fruits that are adaptable to the local area, and to propagate and to exchange plant material.

Contact Us:
CRFG Chair:
 James Lively  -
CRFG Vice-chair: Jeremy Tuler

Upcoming events

Chapter Meetings
Fourth Wednesday of every month
(unless otherwise noted)
6:00-6:30pm setup
6:30-7:30pm social hour 7:30-8:00pm business
8:00-9:00pm - speaker hour
9:00-9:30pm: Q&A
9:30pm wrap-up/cleanup
10:00pm doors locked
Balboa Park - room 101 
We are meeting live again, but trying to provide a link via Zoom to hear the speaker's presentation. The newsletter will provide members a Zoom link each month until further notice. 

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California Rare Fruit Growers

A membership of like-minded fruit enthusiasts dedicated to: 

  • Growing fruiting plants that may or may not be commonly found in the San Diego County area.

  • Sharing information about fruits potentially adaptable to the San Diego  area and varieties of established fruit better suited to specific areas and growing conditions.

  • Exchanging seeds, cuttings, scion wood, and plants with each other, primarily for home use/growing.

  • Following all federal, state, and county agricultural regulations.

Bancroft Center for Sustainability 


California Rare Fruit Growers
San Diego Chapter
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Spring Valley, CA 91979
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