NOLA Edible Forest Distribution — March 2012

 

New Orleans Food and Farm Network, in partnership with the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, distributed 1000 fruit trees to residents, community gardens, schools, and urban farms.

people from all over the foodshed received trees

along w/residents, a bunch of orgs recvd trees

The project called NOLA Edible Forest received one thousand trees from the Apache Foundation Tree Grant Program. The trees include orange, lemon, lime, grapefruit, fig, and avocado trees.

 

Download the NOFFN Tree Planting Guide

 

 

 

 

 

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