Fallen Fruit



The Endless Orchard

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What if instead of going to the grocery store for an apple, you just walked outside your door?

The ENDLESSORCHARD will officially launch this fall – 2016!

Anyone anywhere can PLANT, MAP, AND SHARE FRUIT!
The Endless Orchard will be a collaboration with anyone who wants to join us!  – a movement of citizens transforming their own neighborhoods.

The project relies on those who know a city best – the people who live there – to envision what their own neighborhood would be like with the addition of trees bearing fruit, knitted together with other neighborhoods by pathways of apples, peaches, apricots and pears. Fruit trees planted to grow in front of houses, along sidewalks and overlooked urban spaces become an invitation for the public to explore and enjoy cities in a new way. Signage placed at each fruit tree explains that this is part of a network of sharing.

The California State Historic Park becomes a central landmark and a site for the ‘Monument to Sharing’ leading to Urban Fruit Trails that reach into neighborhoods around Downtown Los Angeles and out into the world.

COMMUNITY CALL TO ACTION — Fallen Fruit is fund-raising for expanding public fruit in public space. It is easy to change your neighborhood and transform public space. Everyone can participate!

Code Rodeo are currently working on the beta version of the Endless Orchard APP- be sure to sign up on our mailing list if you can help beta test.

The Endless Orchard is funded by the Muriel Pollia Foundation, Creative Capital, Good Works Foundation, Awesome Foundation and everyone of you  who supported our kickstarter


*The Endless Orchard is for illustration purposes only an example of how to imagine a neighborhood experience. Please ask tree owners whenever possible. Never pick someone tree on private property without permission.


The Endless Orchard




Fallen Fruit is an art collaboration originally conceived in 2004 by David Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young. Since 2013, David and Austin have continued the collaborative work. Fallen Fruit began by mapping fruit trees …

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