Join us this Saturday at Amy Yee Tennis Center from 10am-2pm as we clean up the invasives and plant new native plants. As always -- tools, snacks, and gloves provided. Please comment on this or e-mail Barb at email@example.com to let her know if you can make it!
This coming Saturday, 4/26 from 10a to Noon, City Fruit Executive Director, Gail Savina will be sharing her knowledge of dealing with fruit tree pests without using chemicals. Chemical-free organic fruit is better for bees, and better for you. Register at Brown Paper Tickets…Grow Healthy Fruit without Chemicalswww.brownpapertickets.comLearn to prevent and mi
This City Fruit class offers up-to-date information about preventing apple maggot fly, codling moth and other common fruit tree pests and diseases without using harmful chemicals. A holistic approach to tree health relies on integrated[...]
City Fruit is participating in the Seattle Foundation’s GiveBig! The Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG is a one-day, online charitable giving event to inspire people to give generously to nonprofit organizations who make our region a healthier[...]