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Update from the orchards: winter moth prevention

We are back in the orchards, this time in preparation for next year’s harvest. This months, we are hosting a series of work parties to protect our apple trees from winter moth damage.

By lisa on Nov 10th, 2020

Meet our newest board member: Leslie Llado

City Fruit is lucky to have a deeply passionate, dedicate board who is the foundation of our small but mighty organization. And now we are excited to welcome its newest member, Leslie!

By lisa on Oct 21st, 2020

Orchard Work Parties are back! Plus, meet our new team member: Tiare

After several months of hiatus, we are happy to be back in the orchards with our volunteers!

By lisa on Oct 20th, 2020

Help wanted: Seattles Historic Orchard Project

Ever wondered about the story behind the old heirloom apple tree in your backyard or neighborhood? Now you can help piece together its history.

By lisa on Oct 19th, 2020

Next generation of community leaders: Y-WE

We spent every Wednesday morning in August with five young women from Y-WE: Young Women Empowered

By lisa on Sep 22nd, 2020

It’s officially fall - cider season is here!

Less than perfect? No problem! You can turn slightly damaged apples into delicious apple cider!

By lisa on Sep 22nd, 2020

Let’s bridge the gap together

With your monthly gift, you can bridge the gap for families who don’t have access to fresh fruit during these trying times.

By lisa on Aug 25th, 2020

Summer pruning tips from Luke

Want to grow more healthy fruit? Then now is a good time to prune your fruit trees, especially plum and cherry, to get them in a good shape!

By lisa on Aug 13th, 2020

Neighborhood Ambassador spotlight: Anna

Meet Anna, one of the 7 Neighborhood Ambassadors who are helping to make sure the bounty from our citys fruit trees is shared with the community.

By lisa on Aug 11th, 2020