A Summary of a Successful 2014

Dec 8th, 2014

By luke

2014 was a record breaking year for City Fruit. In total we harvested over 27,948 pounds of fruits and donated 22,056 pounds of fruits to Seattle’s emergency food system. Thanks to 53 work parties and over 1,357 volunteer hours, 5,892 pounds came from 12 public orchards which City Fruit stewards. City Fruit also hosted 25 residential harvests; building a community of 80 volunteers around the stewardship and caring for both the fruit trees and our neighbors in Seattle. Along with our record breaking harvests and time committed to tree care, City Fruit developed a City Fruit Ambassador Program in which 13 members of our community trained to become year-round supporters of City Fruit in ways that align with their skills and passions. Through this training and lessons learned throughout 2014, we are building our capacity in hopes to make 2015 as successful of year this one turned out to be!

I’ll be celebrating our 2014 achievements through the end of the year on Twitter. Check out our City Fruit account here and my tweets signed with LJ.

Luke Jesperson is the harvest coordinator at City Fruit.

Add comment

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.