Worcester to hope weekend discussions can bear fruit
March 28, 2014 by Sarah
During a weekend discussion, people are invited to learn more about the Worcester Tree Initiative and about the requests for fruit trees that have been submitted by individuals and groups.
This event is being sponsored by the Regional Environmental Council, the Worcester Common Ground, New Lands Farm, Lutheran Social Services, and the Worcester Tree Initiative.
The sponsors make have used services like poster printing to share information about this meeting and discussion with people that reside in this community, as well as those from outside the area who may take an interest.
This discussion, ‘Fruit for Worcester’, will help people to understand how much interest there is in growing fruit trees, how to identify locations throughout the city in which orchards can be established, and how to come to a decision on which fruits the community is interested in growing. There will also be discussion on some of the challenges and opportunities that could exist for the potential fruit orchards.
Admission to this discussion is free to all. The discussion will be held on Saturday, March 29, from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm at the Worcester Public Library located at 3 Salem Square in Worcester, Massachusetts. For additional details, or to register to attend, please visit the Worcester Public Library website or call the office at 508-752-1980.