Submit an Apple Tree to the Boulder Apple Tree Project
The goal of this project is to understand the natural and cultural history of apple varieties in Boulder and the surrounding area. We are collecting data on the genetics, phenology, disease, and age of the trees. We are particularly interested in heirloom varieties of apples that were planted on Boulder's early homesteads. By knowing the historical varieties and their adaptability, we can hopefully inform a sustainable urban forestry landscape. This project is a collaborative effort of multiple community organizations, led by scientists at the University of Colorado - Boulder. This project received funding as part of the University of Colorado 2017 Innovative Seed Grant.

If you have an apple/crabapple tree in your yard or know of one on public property, please consider submitting information about this tree! If the tree is on private land, please consider giving permission for a project team member to come take visual observations, photos, and a leaf sample of this tree. For more information, please contact Thank you for participating in this project!

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Can you describe the location of this apple tree? (Address or GPS location)
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Do you know who owns the property the tree is on?
If private, are you able to give permission for a project team member to come collect data about the tree, a leaf sample and take photos?
Is this a crabapple variety of apple?
How did you first learn about the tree? Are the any stories or history you can share about this tree?
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If you are willing to have a project team member follow up with you about visiting the tree, can you please list your name and contact information?
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