“Orchards should have a connection to the people and having this in a town park makes it really special,” Schuenemeyer said. “It allows it to be relevant, a part of town culture, a legacy. We want people to know these trees, for parents to take their kids, then their grandkids.”email@example.com
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Site Plan, Dolores Community Orchard