New Bedford City Fruit Questionnaire
New Bedford City Fruit is an initiative of the Southeastern MA Food Security Network. Goals include mapping and identifying accessible public fruit and orchards growing fruit, along with the many private urban fruit resources, food culture stories, and agricultural traditions by interviewing local New Bedford area residents.
Find out more at:
Address in New Bedford MA (where fruit is located)
How can we get in touch with you?
Have fruit growing in your yard or neighborhood?
Tell us about the fruit located where you live. You can also share info on fruit located in your neighborhood or other places in New Bedford.
What kind of fruit tree(s) do you have?
Did you spray the tree(s) this season?
Has it been continuously pruned/maintained?
What are your thoughts on the overall health of the tree(s)?
Tell us about the accessibility of the fruit trees. (Any locked gates? Dog? Any other barriers to picking?)
Tell us a bit about the fruit quality and harvest (if you know)
Roughly what time of year is the fruit harvestable?
What is the quantity of the harvest?
Did you eat any of the fruit last year?
Interested in being involved with New Bedford City Fruit?
New Bedford City Fruit is creating a network of local fruit growers, with events, learning resources, and harvesting help, all while helping feed New Bedford area residents. This network includes local community members, local farm and orchard growers, and public fruit trees.
Are you willing to be involved? (you can select more than one option)
No (I am just sharing the location of a tree)
Yes, I would like to donate fruit
Yes, I would like to help harvest (your own trees or citywide)
Yes, I would like to share my story or tips of growing fruit
Yes, I would like to share photos of my fruit trees / garden
Yes, I would like to volunteer in some other way
What resources would you be interested in?
Being part of a community of other fruit growers sharing info
Online learning resources
Access to fertilizer and fruit growing tools
Help with harvesting your fruit
Attending a harvest festival
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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