The next exchange is
Saturday, October 21, 2017 from 12pm - 4pm.
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Ability Now Bay Area
4500 Lincoln Ave
Oakland, CA 94602
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Those of you who regularly attend our exchange events are familiar with our raffle table with a selection of beautiful products and services by local green and sustainable businesses. All proceeds go towards keeping The Plant Exchange free and open to the … Continue reading
Did you know we recently received a matching $12,000 grant to buy a 14-ft. moving truck? This gets us halfway to our goal! We are running an incredible crowdfunding campaign to raise the remaining $12,000 to purchase a moving truck. … Continue reading
The Plant Exchange is growing and we are passionate about plants. At a time when the ravages of climate change are rampant, I think a bit of love for our carbon-dioxide eating friends is needed, don’t you? Today, The Plant … Continue reading
Our mission is to encourage green practices and support Oakland’s designation as one of the greenest cities in the country. Throughout the year we support other non-profits and community groups by re-distributing excess plants and trees to help beautify and … Continue reading
Our final Urban Gardening Speaker Series event for the year is this Sat. from 2-4pm. Get ready for the cool season by learning the Secrets of Fall and Winter Gardening with Tom Branca, past chair of the Landscape Horticulture Dept. … Continue reading
Our Fall Exchange was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle! We are on page L12 of the Sunday, August 27th issue. Click here to see the article.
The Fall Plant Exchange Saturday, October 21 12pm – 4pm 4500 Lincoln Ave, Oakland The Plant Exchange is a community and a celebration that encourages resource sharing, reuse, recycling, and organic living. Our mission is to encourage green practices and … Continue reading
We are having a BIG Plant and Cookbook Sale on Saturday, Aug. 12th, from 9:30 – 1:30 pm. Inventory includes a large variety of outdoor plants, yard art, decorative pots and planters, and from a private collector, new gourmet and speciality cookbooks. Check out … Continue reading
Living in a city means limited gardening space, but that doesn’t mean you can’t garden. Join us on Saturday, August 12th from 2 – 4pm for Container Gardening for All Occasions. You will learn everything from proper soil selection to decorative floral arrangements to … Continue reading