Public Fruit Park at the trailhead of Park To Playa

Park To Playa- Public Fruit Tree Adoption

Fallen Fruit planted the ‘Stocker Fruit Park’ at the trailhead for the Park to Play trail.
The park opened to the public in 2016.


The existing segments of the Park to Playa Trail include Stocker Corridor, Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area, Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook, Culver City Park, and Ballona Creek Bike Path.more info here: https://trails.lacounty.gov/Trail/237/park-to-playa-trail

Fallen Fruit’s PUBLIC FRUIT TREE ADOPTION
We gave away 120 beautiful fruit trees that new owners agreed to plant on next to sidewalks to share with their neighbors and planted 5 Public Fruit Trees in Rueben Ingold Park for EVERYONE!
with Office of Mark Ridley-Thomas, Supervisor Second District and MRCA and LA County Parks.

To support the project, donate HERE.


ABOUT PARK TO PLAYA
The Park to Playa Trail will be a 13 mile trail network connecting the Baldwin Hills Parklands to the Pacific Ocean. Efforts are underway to create a seamless pedestrian and bike connection starting with the Stocker Corridor on the east, connecting to Ruben Ingold Park, Norman O. Houston Park, Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area, and the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook, among other destinations. The Stocker Corridor segment of the project will include an Urban Fruit Trailhead that will offer seasonal public fruit. Construction is expected to begin on this segment of the trail in February. When complete, the Park to Playa Trail will be Los Angeles County’s first urban regional trail.

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