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2020 Virtual Fruit Tree Tour
Sat, Nov. 7th at 9am (MST)

Every year, the Early Bird Season of our Fruit Tree Program closes on the first Saturday in November and traditionally we host a Fruit Tree Tour to help with any last minute questions.  With the unique aspects of 2020 we are going virtual for the season wrap-up (scroll down for more details)!
Join us for our online education and tour!

Also note the Early Bird Season & Special Order Deadlines expire that day.  So for your best pricing get your order in by the end of the day Saturday Nov 7.

Our virtual visit will include: 

  • A front and backyard tour of the Urban Farm focusing on Fruit Trees with examples of spacing, planting in grass, building fruit tree hedges, location planning, and more.
  • The essentials of what you need to do to successfully grow and nurture your fruit trees.
  • A review of the Fruit Tree Program Member Page showing how to access useful resources when YOU need them.
  • Another look at our videos on Backyard Orchard Culture and Foliar Feeding.
  • Details on how to order your trees & supplies online and get the Early Bird Bundles and Discounts before they disappear.
  • Q&A sessions to help clarify any questions you may still have
  • AND a special drawing for participants.
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Your Fruit Tree Program Experts:

Farmer Greg Peterson,
Urban Farm Founder

Your host!

Janis Norton,
General Manager - The Urban Farm

Your Co-Host

Tom Spellman,
Dave Wilson Nursery

Ultimate Tree Planting Process

Anthony Dominguez,

Foliar Feeding for Deciduous and Citrus

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Your Host & Presenter

Greg Peterson (host)

Greg Peterson has been digging his toes into the earth, listening to the plants, and experimenting wih progressive permaculture techniques in his yard for over 40 years. His 1/3-acre home in Phoenix, AZ has been converted into an entirely edible landscape open to the community for tours and classes, and his fruit tree program has resulted in the planting of over 10,000 fruit trees. Greg's mission is to show others that they too can realize the power, joy and deliciousness of urban farming! Greg received his Master's degree in Urban and Environmental Planning from Arizona State University, and has since taught at a trade school and even returned to his alma mater to teach Sustainable Food and Farms. He started UrbanFarm.org to build a community for urban farmers and home gardeners around the world to come for inspiration, education, and advice. His podcast, The Urban Farm Podcast, has been so fun and successful that he has decided to expand his reach to even more people by starting the Edible Backyard Summit.

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