A flier with citrus at the top and large orange headline with content below it that lists guidelines for donating backyard fruit.

San Bernardino County Agriculture/Weights & Measures is working alongside the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) as well as the public awareness initiative, California Citrus Threat, to raise awareness about the threats of citrus diseases, such as Huanglongbing and the Asian citrus psyllid, that has been infecting citrus crops, including backyard fruits, in San Bernardino County.

San Bernardino County residents are highly encouraged to learn more about the guidelines before donating fresh homegrown produce by checking the agricultural quarantine areas first.

To determine if you are within an agricultural quarantine area, please visit:

For more information or questions about the San Bernardino County quarantines, please visit any of the following websites: Agriculture/Weights & Measures at awm.sbcounty.gov/acp-hlb, the CDFA Citrus Pest and Disease Division at https://www.cdfa.ca.gov/Citrus/, or the California Citrus Threat at californiacitrusthreat.org.