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Established in 1970, we are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting and furthering the cultivation and use of tropical and rare fruit in South Florida and throughout the world.

Click Here to Learn how You Can Become A Rare Fruit Council Member Today And Gain Access To Our Members Only Web Site Content Full of Even More Information Including Special Members Only Events. 

NEXT MEETING: Friday, October 13th, 2023

SPEAKER: Josh Jamison

Bio: Josh Jamison is the primary grower, horticulturalist and nursery worker at Cody Cove.  He was the garden manager at the HEART Village from 2013-2022 working as an educator and managing the diversified demonstration farm. This job opened up the opportunity for working with hundreds of types of crops and extensive travel to many agricultural sites in Florida and a number of tropical countries.  His specialties and interests lie in edible food crops of the world and sustainable growing practices.  Josh has presented as a speaker at numerous public events including as a keynote speaker at the International ECHO Conference.  

Topic: "Fruits, vegetables, root crops, and beyond"

For more information, please contact Ben Feistmann, RFC President - or call (855) 732-7273. 

We hope to see and connect with you soon!



                            Palm Beach Rare Fruit Council



                        are available at our Monthly Meetings


            Members in need of the Special Rare Fruit Council blend of

                   "Fruitilizer" may contact 1st VP Mark Porter.


            Mark will bring a limited number of bags to our regular meeting 

            or you can arrange for pickup at his farm site in the Acreage.


            For special pickup options please call Mark Porter at:

                  +1 (855) RFC-RARE / +1 (855) 732-7273 option 3

                   to be directly connected and/or to leave a message.




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