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Fallen Fruit Maps

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“After discovering an arcane Los Angeles city law that makes any fruit overhanging on sidewalks public property,” CalArts professors Dave Burns, Matias Viegener, and Austin Young have created Fallen Fruit, a website that hosts maps of where to find appropriately positioned fruit trees. The maps are free to download and use. Cartographic quality varies.

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