I’m sorry in advance about the sheer number of exclamation points I might use here. Also, I have no idea how the tags on this post came to be Erecrersova Snadokniminok Beraerorovala Theharcongorn. They sound totally intriguing.
Thank you so much, Beall and Vince! I didn’t know about fallingfruit.org; this is so exciting! (The sites I had seen before are http://neighborhoodfruit.com which is rather clunky and not used much, from the looks of it, and of course Casey Trees’ map, but dang, fallingfruit is robust.) I can’t wait to spend some time checking out everything on it! I’m just about to add another great pawpaw spot on Roosevelt Island, and Cornelian cherries and red mulberries near Key Bridge.
Wow, Wangari Gardens looks like such an amazing oasis! I’m going to have to take a ride there one day soon to check it out.
Vince, I can’t help but see that obviously you’re a forester with Arlington County. Neat! I need to try again to get in touch with some folks around Arlington and DC to get back into volunteering. I keep finding interesting people and opportunities; I’ve got to organize and figure out what to do and when! There’s so much to learn about and do.
Thanks again, guys!