OrchardPeople.com and The Urban Forestry Radio Show have both won Silver Awards of Achievement from the GWA (Association of Garden Communicators)…how do you celebrate?
When it comes to fruit tree care skills, practice makes perfect. That’s what the interns have discovered who are involved in the the fruit tree care internship project at San Romanoway in Toronto’s Jane and Finch area.
Red Deer Alberta becomes an edible city under the guidance of city staff trained in specialist fruit tree care.
Jesuit Pear Trees produce pears that are sweet, spicy and very rare. This cultivar has been growing in North America since the 1700s and it is disease resistant. Is it time for a Jesuit Pear revival?
Sometimes a tree comes to the end of its life due to old age or sickness, and it can be heartbreaking to send it to the chipper. A project in Virginia is working hard to link up arborists, foresters, millers and artisan woodworks to save trees from that sad fate.
Get Free Fruit Trees and Free Fruit Tree Training for your group. Apply for the TreeMobile OrchardPeople.com Edible Community Garden Grant (For those in Toronto, Richmond Hill, Guelph and Cambridge Ontario).