Open Orchard

Connecting communities through fruit and fruit trees in public places

How to get involved

Time: You will need approximately 5 hours per week to start an Open Orchard group and then the time required will vary throughout the year: approx 7 hours per week around planting and harvesting and less then 1 hour at other times of the year.

This 5 step guide will show you how to start an Open Orchard group in your community, to help connect communities through planting fruit trees in public places. We hope to spread the Local Explorers idea to every part of Ireland and we'll provide plenty of support to you along the way!

5 Steps
Who?
Andrena Tuthill-Hogan joined Open Orchard project Slane a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Margaret O Brien joined Open Orchard Clonmel a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Phil Sheridan joined Agroflorest and sistems envirioment a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Peter Whelan joined Open Orchard project Slane a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Susan Stanley joined Open Orchard project Slane a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Louise Ferriter joined Open Orchard project Slane a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Robert Berrill joined Open Orchard project Slane a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Sharon O'Farrell joined Open Orchard project Slane a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Ula Boyle joined Open Orchard project Slane a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Rock Farm Slane joined Open Orchard project Slane a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Carina Conyngham joined Open Orchard project Slane a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Anne Caroline joined Maze garden a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Florence Zizo joined Open Orchard Dublin a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Eda O Donnell joined Open Orchard Barna a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
Robin Piggott joined Three F'S a Open Orchard group 4 months ago
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