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I'm looking for scion/cuttings for my small farm & local scion fairs in the Eugene, Oregon area

 
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I'm looking to collect scion cuttings for my small farm as well as my local Agrarian Sharing Network Scion Fairs. If you know anyone who needs help pruning this winter with some of the following fruiting plants and/or would allow me to collect scion, please contact me.

There are always plenty of apple, pear, and plum varieties at the fair, but,
things that interest me and that I'm looking to collect include:
Figs
Currants
Elderberries
Kiwi
Peach, Nectarine, Apricots, Pluots
Cherries
Asian Pears
Chestnut,
Filbert/Hazelnuts
Walnuts
and other fruiting trees and shrubs.

Do you know of anyone in the Eugene area who needs help pruning this winter and/or would allow me to collect scion?
Thanks.
-Kevin

For anyone interested in the scion/seed swap in oregon, these are some of the 2020 events:
 
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My in-laws live on the outskirts of Springfield. I'll ask them next time they call.
 
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