URBAN FRUIT TRAILS of RIVERSIDE! with RAM for ARTMAKE

Urban Fruit Trails! Fallen Fruit’s public artwork extends to Riverside!

Urban Fruit Trails is a network of walking trails, populated with fruit trees and planted, tended, and harvested by the public. Anyone can become a part of this project collaborate with us: Urban Fruit Trails All of these fruit trees will become part of a network of Urban Fruit Trails and our upcoming public artwork with Creative Capital: Endless Orchard

Urban Fruit Trails portraits commissioned by the Riverside Art Museum for Artmake 2015

On Saturday, February 21 from 12-3pm at Lincoln Park in Eastside, Fallen Fruit with Riverside Art Make, Riverside Art Museum, Eastside residents and volunteers to install Riverside’s first “Urban Fruit Trail!- Fallen Fruit’s public artwork in Riverside! We planted 18 trees in Lincoln Park t and extended the trail throughout the neighborhood.
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Each recipient signs an agreement promising to care for the tree and share the fruit with others. If where you live has room for more than one fruit tree and you can care for them, let us know! If you don’t have space for a tree — come help us plant fruit trees in the Eastside neighborhood.

Please understand, that these are bare root fruit trees, and must be planted the same day of the event (If possible , we will help you). All of these fruit trees will become part of a network of Urban Fruit Trails and our upcoming public artwork with Creative Capital: Endless Orchard.

Riverside Art Make is supported by a grant from the James Irvine Foundation.

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