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Save Seattle's Apples: how to net your tree

Net your fruit tree to keep the bugs away this spring, and enjoy healthy, pests-free fruit later this year.

By lisa on May 12th, 2020

Save Seattle's Apples "baggie" guide

No more buggy apples! Grow healthy, pest-free fruit by using this easy trick to keep the bugs away.

By lisa on May 5th, 2020

Springtime Mulching

Mulching your fruit trees is an easy way to maintain the health of your trees and fruit and it’s especially effective in the late spring early summer months.

By lisa on Apr 30th, 2020

Fund the 2020 Great Seattle Fruit Harvest

During this pandemic, City Fruit’s services are needed more than ever. Your donation today will help ensure our neighbors will have access to fresh, nutritious fruit grown in our city.

By lisa on Apr 21st, 2020

Save Seattle's Apples tree netting guide

Are you ready to net your tree so you can finally enjoy pest-free apples? Then heres a handy guide to help you find the right netting for your tree.

By lisa on Apr 21st, 2020

2019 City Fruit Annual Report

Read the 2019 Annual Report with reflections on the year’s impact, financials, and listings of our key donors, funders, and community partners

By lisa on Apr 9th, 2020

Toilet Paper, Fruit Trees, and Local Resilience

In times like these we are remind of how important it is to maintain local food systems and be able to grow food for our own community.

By lisa on Mar 29th, 2020

Brighten your day while staying safe

We are all trying our best to stay healthy and keep our community safe. But there are still things you can do to brighten your day. Here are some of our ideas...

By lisa on Mar 26th, 2020

City Fruits Mission During This Crisis

During these uncertain and challenging times, City Fruit is committed to continuing our work in the community. And we need your help.

By lisa on Mar 13th, 2020