“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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You are welcome to visit the orchard. Please close gate behind you to keep the deer out. Contact MORP to receive permission before harvesting or collecting scion as the trees are young.
Support MORP’s preservation work by becoming a Sustain-a-Tree Member to sponsor a tree in the orchard. Click on the golden apple.