Upper Valley Apple Corps plants and cares for public, free-for-the-picking fruit and nut trees to help build resilient communities.

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Photo credit: Eric Francis
Hartford Resilience Week tree planting ceremony.
Photo credit: Eric Francis

Together we are:

  • Building Skills necessary to plant, care for, and celebrate the trees that feed us;
  • Building Community through transforming the local landscape to enhance connections between land and people;
  • And, Raising Awareness of the need for greater food security and of the beauty and value of an edible landscape.

Brought to you by your friends from:

Hartford Parks and Recreation                           

With support from The Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation, The New England Grassroots Environmental Fund, and Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, Urban & Community Forestry Program.

We are getting great deals and support from Northern Nurseries, EC Browns Nursery, and Henderson’s Tree and Garden Services.

Last but not least, we have received pledges and donations of support from a dozen individuals from all over the Upper Valley and beyond.

Many thanks to you all!

Upper Valley Apple Corps operates under the fiscal sponsorship of Ottauquechee Natural Resources Conservation District (ONRCD)