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Canyon Lake Community Gardeners invites community to harvest trade

Editor’s note: Due to the weather, this event has been rescheduled. The article below reflects the changes.

The Canyon Lake Community Gardeners Club invites the community to participate in its harvest trade on Saturday, January 21, at 10 a.m. at Sierra Park.

Community members are invited to bring their homegrown fruits, veggies, and plants to swap with others in the community. “If you don’t have anything to trade, you are still welcome to participate,” Kelly Lopez, club founder, said. “We will have a section of giveaways for those who don’t have any harvest to trade. Some of the participants have an abundance of fruits, such as lemons and grapefruits, that they would like to share with the community.”

Following the harvest trade, the club will be hosting a fruit tree pruning demonstration presented by a master gardener on Saturday, January 28, at 3 p.m. Community members interested in attending are asked to contact Kelly Lopez at 951-609-6723.

Formed in February 2022, the Canyon Lake Community Gardeners Club was approved as a sanctioned POA club in May and was granted 501(c)3 status from the State of California in June. For more information about the club or the monthly harvest trades, contact Kelly Lopez at 951-609-6723 or email [email protected]

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