Urban Foraging Group Collects Fruit Off Private Property

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Seven year-old Village Harvest volunteer Beth Hays pulls her sister... Photo d'actualitéAbricot,Agriculture,Arbre,Bénévole,Californie,Centre d'intérêt,Finance,Horizontal,Personnes féminines,Protection de l'environnement,Questions environnementales,San Jose - Californie,Soeur,Tirer,Âge humain,États-UnisPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesSAN JOSE, CA - JUNE 25: Seven year-old Village Harvest volunteer Beth Hays (L) pulls her sister eleven year-old Mandy Hays on a cart during the harvest of apricot trees at Guadalupe Historic Orchard on June 25, 2013 in San Jose, California. Village Harvest and other San Francisco Bay Area nonprofit groups are volunteering to pick excessive fruit from homeowners' yards and other plots of land to donate to food banks, soup kitchens and organizations that help the needy. Urban harvesting, or gleaning, aims to collect fruit that normally goes to waste after it goes unpicked and falls to the ground. Village Harvest has donated thousands of pounds of fruit to local organizations. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)