M-COR: Crop Swap


Based on a successful and popular Berkeley Transition model, the M-COR Food and Garden Group is initiating the first ever Crop Swap in Anza. Let see what the local Mountain Communities can do!

To get started, each person at the swap is handed a playing card, and beginning with the aces, swappers choose whichever item they like. Once each person gets a turn. 

We will meet at the gazebo between Country Corners and Whiskey River Restaurant on Bahrman Rd in Anza. To participate you must bring fresh, homegrown, pesticide-free produce, preserved foods, eggs, honey or fresh home-baked goods from you kitchen or garden. Organic and non-GMO crops encouraged. Items will be weighed in or counted for record keeping purposes. Bring your own grocery bag or basket. No cash, as no items may be sold or reserved. It’s not a one-for-one trade; all things are given freely and taken freely. We are open to any suggestions.

If you have questions please call Annika at[masked] or email [masked]

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  • Sandi H.

    WOW! and that was only our third gathering????

    August 20, 2013

  • Annika K.

    Here's what was swapped on 08/09:
    1.5 lbs hot peppers
    4 lbs green tomatoes
    1 lb yellow grape tomatoes
    1 lb red tomatoes
    23 lbs squash, mixed
    7.5 lbs apples
    27 lbs peaches
    12.5 lbs grapes
    3 lbs beets (2 bunches plus loose)
    1.5 lb carrots (1 bunch)
    1 lb turnips (l bunch)
    34 lbs pumpkins (3 each)
    4 lbs grapefruit
    14 lbs plums
    10 lbs apricots
    1 lbs spinach (1 bunch)
    1.5 lbs lettuce (3 heads)
    3 lbs cucumbers
    0.5 lbs pinto beans in shell
    Total of 151 LBS of fresh produce 1 pint manzanita berries
    1 pt prickly pear juice
    1 dz hard-boiled eggs
    1 lg bunch lavender
    3 bunches dried curry plant
    7 extremely large pine cones for decor.
    1.5 lb fresh pasta, whole wheat

    1 · August 20, 2013

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