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Donate to the Edible Neighborhood Program
Donate to the Edible Neighborhood Program

Donate to the Edible Neighborhood Program

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The Edible Neighborhoods program functions as a fruit tree orchard spread across our neighborhood.  This orchard will directly serve all neighbors living in the Edgewood/Kirkwood community by providing fresh, chemical-free, and affordable fruit to Unearthing Farm & Market. Unearthing Farm and Market is a new food initiative located on Memorial Drive providing equitable access to locally-grown and healthy food.

By purchasing this item, you will be directly supporting the Edible Neighborhood program in Kirkwood/Edgewood by providing funds for ongoing maintenance such as watering, mulching, weeding, pruning, and education!

You can donate by purchasing this item ($50) or you can send any custom donation amount to us using the methods below.  When you send the money, please write "Edible Neighborhood"

Cash App: $foodscapes

Venmo: @foodscapes





Frequently Asked Questions: 

    What is the pricing?

    • You can donate $50 toward the project, allowing us to be able to plant a tree in a neighbor’s yard who cannot afford it or in a publicly-accessible communal greenspace.  Donate a fruit tree by clicking here
    • You can also donate $50/year to help maintain the trees.

    Why should I participate?

    • When you purchase a fruit tree for this program, you are contributing directly back to your community, helping us create a more resilient and equitable local food system.
    • You can pick fruit from the tree and we will harvest the remainder
    • You will have access to other fruit in the neighborhood-wide orchard
    • We take care of the yearly maintenance: mulching, pruning, and fertilizing

    What are the requirements?

    • Site must be located within either Kirkwood or Edgewood boundaries
    • Site must receive at least 4 hours of direct sunlight per day
    • Site must either be accessible to the community - along the street or in front-yard
    • We will place a sign/marker at each tree, so the public can identify and read about the program
    • You must allow us to access the tree for maintenance and harvesting
    • If you move away, you must tell the next resident that the tree is a part of our program