We harvest fruit from local, urban trees which is then divided between homeowners, volunteers and food banks. This fresh, organic fruit is diverted from becoming food waste. In these economic times, let's count all the tasty, fresh peaches, pears, apples, grapes and more that thrive in the Hamilton area among our food resources!
The Hamilton Fruit Tree Project is back thanks
to our numerous supporters and volunteers. On Tuesday, July 2nd
Environment Hamilton Interns and volunteers travelled to a local property on
the Hamilton Mountain to pick sour cherries. The two large cherry trees
provided an abundance of cherries, which were than donated to Neighbor to
Neighbor for their local food initiative. We have many fruit picks planned for
the summer, and if you are looking to volunteer with us or you have a fruit
tree that you need help picking or want to donate to local food banks, please
e-mail Juby firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are always looking for volunteers to help us out on various fruit picks and
fresh plentiful fruit to be picked!