Pear Tree Harvest
What’s above me is a couple of pear trees. What’s surrounding me is hundreds of pears going to waste on the sidewalk. So today, I’m going to show you how to clean up your community, feed some people in need, and have yourself a tasty treat all at the same time.
Step one, clean up the spoiled fruit and then put it somewhere to compost and turn into nutritious soil. Don’t throw it in the garbage. Compost it and turn it into food. There are thousands of bees flying around as I’m cleaning up, and none of them any harm whatsoever. Bumblebees, honeybees, wasps, no need to fear them. They are our friend. Now the next step is to harvest. So we collected about 80 pounds, maybe 100 pounds of fruit from these 2 trees. Now it’s time to share the bounty. I brought some of the pears to a local food bank and gave out a bunch of them to people in the neighborhood. And don’t forget to enjoy the fruit yourself!