Many woodland owners in Maine have forgotten apply trees that are struggling to survive. Though many of these trees are of wild origin and may not be enjoyable to humans for food, there is a diverse amount of wildlife that would welcome the chance for these apples! If you would like to learn some tips on how to make these trees prosper please join us at Colebrook Farm, 783 Paris Hill road, South Paris, Maine 04281. Apple tree enthusiast Joe Dembeck will discuss methods and tools used to revive and manage them. Feel free to bring your own pruning equipment if you like. Please dress for the weather!
Please preregister by calling Jean Federico at the Oxford County Soil and Water Conservation District at 207.744-3119 or email at email@example.com
Registration Fee is $15.00 per family.
Driving Directions: From South Paris: Go North on Route 26 for 4 miles, turn right onto Paris Hill Road, 3rd house on the left.
Many Thanks to Oxford County Soil & Water Conservation and University of Maine Cooperative Extension Oxford County for hosting this amazing workshop! Feel free to bring your own pruning equipment if you like and please dress for the weather!