Tuesday, November 10, 2015

iDig2Learn Teams With Trees New York, Girl Scouts, Garden Club And RIOC For Roosevelt Island Fruit Trees Initiative

iDig2Learn Founder Christina Delfico describes the Roosevelt Island Fruit Tree initiative during the November 4 Roosevelt Island Residents Association (RIRA) Public Session.

Ms. Delfico reports that 5 Apple Trees will be planted Wednesday November 11 on Roosevelt Island near the Community Garden and in time will give us delicious apples and apple cider.

Trees New York adds:

The urban agriculture movement is picking up steam and TreesNY is getting into the action! Our new FruiTrees New York program is enabling us to plant urban orchards across the Five Boroughs!

I'm looking forward to tasting the delicious apples and cider.