Sun, December 10, 2017

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM PST


One Colorado and the artist collaborative Fallen Fruit invite you to adopt a citrus tree to be planted in a public space. These trees will serve to foster new kinds of community based on generosity and sharing. If you decide that you love the look of fruit trees on your property but don’t feel you would have the time to maintain them, consider working with someone similar to tree service lafayette la I’ve heard they provide a useful service.

For this event, you will become a collaborator, taking care of the tree to share with neighbors (planting next to sidewalks in FRONT of homes, business, community centers). When you pick up your tree you’ll sign adoption papers making your commitment to kindness official. Your tree will be mapped to share on the Endless Orchard.

We are looking for participants who would like to plant and care for fruit trees in the neighborhood. Each tree will be planted next to sidewalks or hang over public space, offering free fruit to the community. Plus, we’re producing a map to help you find all the public fruit trees.

One tree per person. 

  • Adopt a tree: If you have a home, business, or community center, you can plant an orange, lemon, pomegranate, or other type of fruit tree near the edge of your property. Assistance with planting may be provided.
  • Care for the trees: The first two years after planting are critical for watering and pruning. We need your help to make that happen.
  • Enjoy the bounty: Fruit produced at these sites will be available to everyone!

RSVP via Eventbrite (does not guarantee a tree) 

Questions? Email Fallen Fruit at


One Colorado

41 Hugus Alley

Pasadena, CA 91103

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