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Meet City Fruit’s new Fruit Tree Specialist: Julian Garcia

We are excited to welcome our new Fruit Tree Specialist Julian Garcia to the team and have him spearhead our new comprehensive tree care plan.

By lisa on Jan 6th, 2021

2020 Year in Review & Look Ahead to 2021

In 2020, we showed our commitment to our community by continuing to pivot so that we can share our fruit. Now we need your support.

By lisa on Dec 21st, 2020

What's the value of our fruit? The answer depends on YOU

When we make a commitment to protecting our trees, to working together as community and taking care of our neighbors, the value of our fruit is immeasurable.

By lisa on Dec 10th, 2020

Giving Tuesday: Help us protect our Seattle harvest

Together, we can protect Seattle’s harvest and make sure that our neighbors will continue to have access to quality, nutritious fruit grown in our city.

By lisa on Nov 30th, 2020

2020 Great Seattle Fruit Harvest community partners

Despite all the challenges, we were still able to make meaningful connection with our community through sharing fruit, thanks to our community partners.

By lisa on Nov 10th, 2020

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