I'm still growing a lot and I kind of have to get a good amount of calcium in a day. I don't drink milk anymore, but that was basically my main source of calcium. So what fruits and vegetables have a lot of calcium?
I prefer focusing on having sufficient Vitamin D levels since Vitamin D increases the absorption of calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, etc...
Can you drink plant based milks like almond, soy, rice, oat, hemp? Often those are also fortified with a plant based vitamin D in addition to calcium.
As other said, leafy greens are also good, and contain a whole host of other vitamins and micronutrients that are good for bones (such as magnesium). A tablespoon or two of blackstrap molasses in your cereal is good too for calcium. Here is a list of calcium rich plant based foods and a sample menu of how to meet those needs:
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