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Apr
18
Sat
Piper’s Orchard Work Party for Earth Day
Apr 18 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Copy of Pipers-10Help spruce up the historic Piper’s Orchard for Earth Day! We’ll be weeding and spreading wood chips beneath the trees. Bring gloves and weeding tools.

Piper’s Orchard is the oldest public orchard in Seattle, with many varieties of heritage apples, pears and plums.

 

Apr
19
Sun
Save Seattle’s Apples Kick-Off: Phinney Neighborhood Pest Prevention Packs
Apr 19 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

apples5Join City Fruit in Spring 2015 to help Save Seattle’s Apples! In an effort to build awareness and strengthen the health of Seattle’s urban fruit canopy, City Fruit is hosting neighborhood-specific pest prevention campaigns. Join us as we unite, then diverge to walk door to door in the Phinney neighborhood educating and assisting homeowners in protecting their apple trees from pests. We will meet at Linden Orchard Park (N 67th St and Linden Ave N) to receive supplies and learn proper technique before breaking into groups and helping our neighbors care for their fruit trees! The more apples we can protect, the more fruit we can harvest and share with the community.

This event is easy and fun for all ages! After the work party join us at a local neighborhood pub, grab a drink and some grub and socialize with your neighbors!

Sign-up here to volunteer and check out all of our other upcoming events.

Wear sturdy shoes and clothes to work in. Snacks, drinks and gloves will be provided. Email natalie@cityfruit with any questions you have about volunteering or about other ways to get involved.

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Apr
23
Thu
Save Seattle’s Apples Bag ‘n’ Brew
Apr 23 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

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Join us for a happy hour event at Schilling Cider House in Fremont. Support our Save Seattle’s Apples campaign, sample local cider, and pick up your pest barriers!

Tickets are $10 at the door.

 

Apr
25
Sat
Save Seattle’s Apples Orchard Volunteer
Apr 25 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join City Fruit in a series of work party events to Save Seattle’s Apples! This spring campaign is meant to engage the community and promote awareness of the urban fruit trees, prevent common pests from spreading to nearby trees, keeping nutritious food from going to waste, and helping to preserve the biological diversity of fruit trees in Seattle.

We need volunteers and volunteer groups to help us place protective bags over the young apples in our orchard. These bags will keep out pests that like to eat the growing fruit. The more apples we can protect, the more fruit we can harvest and share with the community.

Meet at our biggest orchard at the Amy Yee Tennis Center!

Sign-up here to volunteer and check out all of our other upcoming events.

Wear sturdy shoes and clothes to work in. Snacks, drinks and gloves will be provided. Email natalie@cityfruit with any questions you have about volunteering or about other ways to get involved.

Save Seattle’s Apples: Mt. Baker Neighborhood Pest Prevention Packs
Apr 25 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join City Fruit in Spring 2015 to help Save Seattle’s Apples! In an effort to build awareness and strengthen the health of Seattle’s urban fruit canopy, City Fruit is hosting neighborhood-specific pest prevention campaigns. Join us as we unite, then diverge to walk door to door in the Beacon Hill neighborhood educating and assisting homeowners in protecting their apple trees from pests. We will meet at Amy Yee Park (2000 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S) to receive supplies and learn proper technique before breaking into groups and helping our neighbors care for their fruit trees! The more apples we can protect, the more fruit we can harvest and share with the community.

This event is easy and fun for all ages! After the work party join us at a local neighborhood pub, grab a drink and some grub and socialize with your neighbors!

Sign-up here to volunteer and check out all of our other upcoming events.

Wear sturdy shoes and clothes to work in. Snacks, drinks and gloves will be provided. Email natalie@cityfruit with any questions you have about volunteering or about other ways to get involved.

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May
9
Sat
Save Seattle’s Apples Orchard Pest Prevention
May 9 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join City Fruit in a series of work party events to Save Seattle’s Apples! This spring campaign is meant to engage the community and promote awareness of the urban fruit trees, prevent common pests from spreading to nearby trees, keeping nutritious food from going to waste, and helping to preserve the biological diversity of fruit trees in Seattle.

We need volunteers and volunteer groups to help us place protective bags over the young apples in our orchard. These bags will keep out pests that like to eat the growing fruit. The more apples we can protect, the more fruit we can harvest and share with the community.

Meet us at Meadowbrook Park, a hidden food forest in NE Seattle.

Sign-up here to volunteer and check out all of our other upcoming events.

Wear sturdy shoes and clothes to work in. Snacks, drinks and gloves will be provided. Email natalie@cityfruit with any questions you have about volunteering or about other ways to get involved.

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Save Seattle’s Apples: Maple Leaf Neighborhood Pest Prevention Packs
May 9 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join City Fruit in Spring 2015 to help Save Seattle’s Apples! In an effort to build awareness and strengthen the health of Seattle’s urban fruit canopy, City Fruit is hosting neighborhood-specific pest prevention campaigns. Join us as we unite, then diverge to walk door to door in the Maple Leaf neighborhood educating and assisting homeowners in protecting their apple trees from pests. We will meet under the shelter at Maple Leaf park (NE 85th and NE Roosevelt Way) to receive supplies and learn proper technique before breaking into groups and helping our neighbors care for their fruit trees! The more apples we can protect, the more fruit we can harvest and share with the community.

This event is easy and fun for all ages! After the work party join us at a local neighborhood pub, grab a drink and some grub and socialize with your neighbors!

Sign-up here to volunteer and check out all of our other upcoming events.

Wear sturdy shoes and clothes to work in. Snacks, drinks and gloves will be provided. Email natalie@cityfruit with any questions you have about volunteering or about other ways to get involved.

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May
16
Sat
Save Seattle’s Apples: West Seattle Neighborhood Pest Prevention Packs
May 16 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join City Fruit in Spring 2015 to help Save Seattle’s Apples! In an effort to build awareness and strengthen the health of Seattle’s urban fruit canopy, City Fruit is hosting neighborhood-specific pest prevention campaigns. Join us as we unite, then diverge to walk door to door in West Seattle educating and assisting homeowners in protecting their apple trees from pests. We will meet at 8845 34th Ave SW (near Fauntleroy Park) to receive supplies and learn proper technique before breaking into groups and helping our neighbors care for their fruit trees! The more apples we can protect, the more fruit we can harvest and share with the community.

This event is easy and fun for all ages! After the work party join us at a local neighborhood pub, grab a drink and some grub and socialize with your neighbors!

Sign-up here to volunteer and check out all of our other upcoming events.

Wear sturdy shoes and clothes to work in. Snacks, drinks and gloves will be provided. Email natalie@cityfruit with any questions you have about volunteering or about other ways to get involved.

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Save Seattle’s Apples Orchard Volunteer
May 16 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join City Fruit in a series of work party events to Save Seattle’s Apples! This spring campaign is meant to engage the community and promote awareness of the urban fruit trees, prevent common pests from spreading to nearby trees, keeping nutritious food from going to waste, and helping to preserve the biological diversity of fruit trees in Seattle.

We need volunteers and volunteer groups to help us place protective bags over the young apples in our orchard. These bags will keep out pests that like to eat the growing fruit. The more apples we can protect, the more fruit we can harvest and share with the community.

Meet on the Burke-Gilman Trail in Wallingford, a pedestrian favorite!

Sign-up here to volunteer and check out all of our other upcoming events.

Wear sturdy shoes and clothes to work in. Snacks, drinks and gloves will be provided. Email natalie@cityfruit with any questions you have about volunteering or about other ways to get involved.

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May
17
Sun
Save Seattle’s Apples Orchard Pest Prevention
May 17 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join City Fruit in a series of work party events to Save Seattle’s Apples! This spring campaign is meant to engage the community and promote awareness of the urban fruit trees, prevent common pests from spreading to nearby trees, keeping nutritious food from going to waste, and helping to preserve the biological diversity of fruit trees in Seattle.

We need volunteers and volunteer groups to help us place protective bags over the young apples in our orchard. These bags will keep out pests that like to eat the growing fruit. The more apples we can protect, the more fruit we can harvest and share with the community.

Bring everyone out for Family Day in the orchard! Students will prepare volunteers with a hands-on demo..

This event is easy and fun for all ages!

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May
30
Sat
Save Seattle’s Apples Orchard Volunteer
May 30 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join City Fruit in a series of work party events to Save Seattle’s Apples! This spring campaign is meant to engage the community and promote awareness of the urban fruit trees, prevent common pests from spreading to nearby trees, keeping nutritious food from going to waste, and helping to preserve the biological diversity of fruit trees in Seattle.

We need volunteers and volunteer groups to help us place protective bags over the young apples in our orchard. These bags will keep out pests that like to eat the growing fruit. The more apples we can protect, the more fruit we can harvest and share with the community.

Come out and see the oldest orchard in Seattle!

Sign-up here to volunteer and check out all of our other upcoming events.

Wear sturdy shoes and clothes to work in. Snacks, drinks and gloves will be provided. Email natalie@cityfruit with any questions you have about volunteering or about other ways to get involved.

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Jun
20
Sat
Harvest Celebration & Kick-off Event at Meridian Playground
Jun 20 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

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Join City Fruit and the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation to kick-off the 2015 harvest season! Between 10am and 2pm, we will gather at Meridian Playground for free food and drink, plus informational sessions on caring for your fruit trees during the summer season.  If you’re a tree owner, you’ll have a chance to meet the harvester who will collect and donate your fruit.  More details coming soon!