Thank you for a succesful launch!

We had a great launch at Dundurn Castle. Our guests were treated to local apples and cider, live music from Mike Trebilcock (pictured), two for one passes to tour the grounds of the castle and were allowed to harvest red currants from the Dundurn Gardens!
We chatted with Wayne MacPhail from and he quickly posted the interview with Juby, the Project Co-ordinator. You can check out the interview at:
We are grateful to so many people!
Thanks to our volunteers, Simon and Meganne (pictured) Beatrice, Madeleine and Laura - you all did a fantastic job! Thanks to Dundurn Castle for providing the space and donating "two for one passes."
Thanks to Werner from Hamilton Waterfront Trust for lending us the tents. And lastly, thanks to Mike Trebilcock for performing for us!
We could not have done it without you!

Join us as we make SOUR CHERRY jam!

We are thrilled to announce that we will be canning sour cherries.

The Hamilton Fruit Tree Project and OPIRG PEAS (Promoting Eating Alternatively and Sustainably) are teaming up to offer a canning workshop this Thursday! (July 23) We will be making jam with sour cherries.

The workshop will be taking place at Jamesville Community Centre (209 MacNab St N) from 1:30-4:30pm. All ingredients and equipment will be supplied by the Hamilton Fruit Tree Project.

So bring yourself and your eager hands (and tummies)!

Hamilton Fruit Tree Project Launch re-scheduled for THIS Saturday July 18th!

We are gearing up to launch Hamilton Fruit Tree Project - again! Drop by for some apples and cider, learn more about the Hamilton Fruit Tree Project and stay for some live music and "two for one" passes to tour Dundurn Castle.
We are honoured to announce that talented Mike Trebilcock will be performing at noon!
Saturday July 18th, 2009.

By the apple trees. Rain location - the Cockpit, next to the apple trees.

Hamilton Fruit Tree Launch - CANCELLED

Due to the poor weather and the looming thunderstorm, Hamilton Fruit Tree Project is CANCELLING the launch. We are working to re-schedule it for Saturday July 18th - stay tuned for more details!