Tree Share Board

Share a Tree

Below is a list of fruit trees in Kimberley, Cranbrook and the Elk Valley that may have fruit available for picking. If you know of more trees requiring harvest, please register here. Furthermore, if you find out that a fruit tree is no longer producing, please let us know.


If you are collecting a harvest in someone’s yard, it is good practice to offer the owner some fruit in return.


KIMBERLEY LIST

NameContact Information & LocationTree TypeSpecial Notes
Gail McLean250.427.3713/ 609 Nelson StreetApple tree***RIPE in mid September 2017
Kelly Wolf250.427.8766/ St. Mary's Avenue2 Apple trees: ripen late September***RIPE in mid September 2017
Felicia GreenMsfeliciagreen@icloud.com/ 455 Jennings AveCrab apple tree***RIPE in late August 2017
Gina Panattonipanattoni@shaw.ca/ 88-103rd AvenueApple tree***RIPE in mid September 2017
Vacant/Public LandEnd of Beale AvenueApple tree: ripens late August***RIPE in early September 2017
Carol McGregor250.427.3229/ 425 St. Marys Avenue6 Apple trees: 1 green, 5 red; ripe early-mid SeptemberRequires a ladder
Sandra Loewen250.427.2939/ 8512 Highway 95A (Meadowbrook)Crab apple treeRequires a ladder
Tammy250.427.4181/ 508-2 AvenueCrab apple tree
Shirley Stroud250.427.3405, 250.919.6055(c)/ 300th Street2 Apple trees
Karen Lassenriverside.works@gmail.com/ 520 Cummins RoadCrab apple tree: ripe mid-late August
Evan Little 250.427.0131/ 130 Otis Street 2 Crab apple trees Great Crab apples for juice and jelly.
Evelyn Neumann 250.427.4109/ 995 Rotary DriveCrab apple tree
Mary Park 250.427.2845Crab apple treeAlternate contact person is Catherine Park at 250.537.7964.
Lori Pasiechnyk 250.427.2346Apple tree
Craig Paskin 250.427.6803 / Trail Street Apple tree: ripe mid- September
Vacant/Public LandCorner of Rotary Drive & Mark Street2 Apple trees: ripen late September
Jack Ratcliffe 250.427.4281 Crab apple tree: ripe mid-September
Kim Tipper250.427.2971/ 807-308th Street MarysvilleApple tree: ripens early September
Vacant/Public Land West side of Knighton Road, between Collette Manor and Equicare2 Apple trees
Karen Lasserkalakimberley@gmail.com/ 520 Cummings RoadCrab apple treeSteep slope below: tarp would be useful.
Melanie Murphy250.354.9155/ 190 Higgins StreetApple tree: ripens SeptemberPicked for 2017
Kim Leroux250.427.3105/ 469-7th AvenueApple treePicked for 2017
Darian Greggaindariangreggain@hotmail.com/ 1645 Warren Avenue1 Apple tree, 1 Crab apple treePicked for 2017
Spencer Johnstonmountainsmatter@yahoo.ca/ 413 5th Avenue3 Apple trees: 1 early yellow (late August), 2 late red (October)Picked for 2017
Kelly Dinsmoredinsmore.kelly@gmail.com/ 32-103rd AvenueApple tree: ripe mid- August to mid- SeptemberBest access is through the car port. Picked for 2017.
Jessie Oakes 250.427.8651/ DeWolfe Avenue Apple tree: ripe September - October Picked for 2017
Norma Buttignol250.427.4589, nebutt@telus.net/ 866 Rotary Drive2 Apple trees, 2 Plum trees: ripen early-mid September.Owner requests a share of fruit in exchange. Picked for 2017.
Jayme Goldie250.961.0369/ 824-8th Avenue3 Apple treesPicked for 2017
Dave Myson250.427.1727/ 260-305 Ave MarysvilleApple treeAlternate contact: Jackie Myson, 250.908.1626, please contact by text message. Picked for 2017
Mrs. Waites250.427.4177/ 130-306th AvenuePlum treeWalk into the backyard from street. Ladders are against the tree. Picked for 2017.
Caroline Bays250.427.2173/ 119-311th Avenue MarysvilleApricot treePicked for 2017
Tony and Twila Austin 250.427.3599/ Ross Street3 Apple treesPicked for 2017

CRANBROOK LIST

NameContact Information & LocationTree TypeSpecial Notes
Carol Lattey250.489.0950/ 1934-5 Street SouthApple tree***RIPE in mid September 2017
Kim Shatford250.919.1184/ 321-10 Avenue SouthApple treeLadder advised. ***RIPE in September 2017
Chris 250.489.3596/ 125 9th Avenue SouthApple tree: ripens early-mid September***RIPE in September 2017
Christy Kingchristy_king12@hotmail.com/ 17th Avenue SouthApple tree: ripens early-mid September***RIPE in September 2017
Trish Barnes 250.489.0474/ 15 Avenue SouthApple treeHeritage tree with big, red, juicy and sweet apples. Can be wormy.
Margaret Dunbar 250.421.4262/ 4324-38th Avenue South Apple treeHouse recently sold. Please feel free to pick before September 11, 2017.
Donna Brady Fields250.426.5386/ 616-18th Avenue SouthApple tree: ripens mid-SeptemberLadder advised. Owner request a few pounds of apples in exchange.
Channon and Geddes250.615.1431 and 250.615.1418/ 206 4th Avenue South2 Apple treesReady late August -
early September

ELK VALLEY LIST

NameContact Information & LocationTree TypeSpecial Notes
Renae BeliveauRkutanzi@hotmail.com
7410 3rd Ave. Hosmer
APPLEFruits late August to End of September
Wendy Mcgillis250-423-7275
#23-9773 Stephenson RD. Hosmer
APPLEReady Now! 09.05.2016
AnnonymousPlease Knock
136 1st Street
APPLEReady Now! 09.05.2016
Vince Movinniemo@gmail.com
1121 9th Avenue
APPLE & CRAB APPLEReady Now! 09.05.2016
Barb Nelson250-425-9079
480A Michel Creek Rd., Sparwood
CRAB APPLEPlease bring ladder
Melanie MacVoy250-423-8759
Please text
1710 McDonald Ave. West Fernie
CRAB APPLEPICKED. Thank you to all!
Leslie Hickersonleslee.hickerson@gmail.com
23A Aspen Cr Fernie, BC
PEARFruit ripens after first heavy frost. Please email prior to picking. Very tall tree -- need to bring ladders
Leslie Hickersonleslee.hickerson@gmail.com
23A Aspen Cr Fernie, BC
CRAB APPLEPlease email prior to picking. and you will need to bring ladders. Ready now.
RyanText: 250-430-1986
1222 6th Ave, Fernie
APPLEThe tree is in the alleyway behind my house (between 5th and 6th Ave). It's on an empty lot, and permission has been granted by landowner to pick at will.
Lillis Perreault250.423.9040
57 Ridgemont Avenue
APPLEFruit is ready now.

 

Photo credit: Brian Clarkson


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