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#NoWasteWednesday: Bagging your fruit trees to prevent food waste.

Bagging your apples and pears is a great way to prevent both coddling moth and apple maggot damage.

By luke on May 17th

Summer Internship Opportunity!

City Fruit is hiring a summer intern to assist with orchard and outreach work!

By kate on May 12th

2016 Save Seattle’s Apples Campaign in Full Swing

Be part of the citywide effort to reduce waste and Save Seattle's Apples!

By kate on May 12th

Pests and Pest Prevention

Pests in the Puget Sound region can greatly damage fruits such as apples and pears. Read on for ways to organically prevent these pests.

By luke on Apr 26th

Meaningful Movies Presents: Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story

Meaningful Movies will be presenting, Just Eat it. A Food Waste Story. There will be multiple viewings shown throughout the Seattle area and each will include a community discussion on the issues surround the film.

By luke on Apr 25th

Fruit Science Summer Camp!

City Fruit is offering a new youth education program this Summer! Learn about fruit tree care and nutrition while adventuring outdoors, learning new recipes, and exploring food traditions from around the world with Fun and Fruit Science!

By wheeler on Mar 29th

Mason Bees: The Perfect Pollinator

Join or renew your City Fruit membership before March 31st and receive a free Mason Bee DIY kit!

By luke on Mar 3rd

How to Plant a Fruit Tree

Learn how to plant your new fruit tree in this blog post by Barb Burrill, City Fruit's orchard advisor.

By kate on Feb 16th

City People’s Sale and the Many Cultivars of Blueberries

With City Peoples' Bare Root Sale going on, I was personally intrigued to see their wide range of blueberry cultivars.

By luke on Feb 4th

City People Blueberries Pollination