Bringing Back an Old Orchard

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Bringing Back an Old Orchard

March 18 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

$35 – $50

$50; $35 for MOFGA members. Free for Journeyperson program participants and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) community members. Scholarship application for anyone interested is available here.

Are there old, overgrown fruit trees on or near your property? Don’t give up on them! Join us for this pruning workshop focused on renovating mature or neglected fruit trees.

This workshop is appropriate for those who have not pruned fruit trees before or those who have just a little experience. Instructors will discuss basic pruning practices and required tools. This type of pruning often involves ladders, pole pruners and sometimes climbing but there will be lots of opportunities to learn and practice cuts from the ground level. Participants should dress warmly and bring their pruners, loppers, and saws if they have them. (Instructors will also have a few tools to share.)

Select a location below to register:

Cumberland (Cumberland County) *sold out*

Milton Mills, NH / Acton, ME (York County) 

Gouldsboro (Hancock County) *sold out*

Bethel (Oxford County) 

Damariscotta (Lincoln County) *sold out*

Cumberland workshop led by David Homa. Milton Mills/Acton workshop led by Jared Kane. Gouldsboro workshop led by C.J. Walke. Bethel workshop led by Eric List. Damariscotta workshop in partnership with Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust led by Edgar Evenkeel.

Workshops limited to 12 participants per class. To join the waitlist for a particular event please email  [email protected].

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Details

Date:

March 18

Time:

9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Cost:

$35 – $50

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