There is a very exciting project set to break ground in the abundant food scene of Seattle. This summer Seattle is going to begin the first stage of what is planned to become the United States’ largest food forest. The food forest will be located on a seven-acre plot in Beacon Hill, and has been [...]
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Pounds picked in 2012:
12,512! from 243 trees
with 740 volunteering opportunities
and 2,180 volunteer hours
Picked so far: black walnuts, sweet cherries, sour cherries, mulberries, serviceberries, apricots, plums, grapes, crabapples, elderberries, sumac, pears and apples
Pounds picked in 2011:
6,196 from 141 trees
with 508 volunteering opportunities
and 4 staff
Picked: sour cherries, sweet cherries, serviceberries, mulberries, plums, crabapples, apples, pears, grapes, walnuts, pawpaw, elderberries, and ginkgo.
Pounds picked in 2010:
19,695 from 228 trees
with 719 volunteering opportunities
and 8 staff
Picked: sweet cherries, sour cherries, mulberries, plums, apples, crab apples, pears, grapes, apples, elderberries, ginkgo, and quince.
Pounds picked in 2009:
8,135 from 124 trees
with 460 volunteering opportunities
and 4 staff
Picked in 2009: sweet cherries, sour cherries, serviceberries, mulberries, apricots, plums, crabapples, pears, sumac, elderberries, apples, black walnuts, and ginkgo nuts.
Pounds picked in 2008:
3,003 from 40 trees
with 293 volunteering opportunities
and 0 staff
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