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Fruit-a-Palooza II

April 30, 2011 - April 30, 2011

Wild Abundance Farm in Jefferson, WI is planting a “fruit forest” and invite you to come out and get involved. It’s a change to get your hands dirty and have fun while learning about less common fruits like juneberry, seaberry, elderberry, aronia, quince, currants, gooseberries, and goumi, that can be grown organically with far fewer inputs than more common fruits like apples and pears. This year, Wild Abundance Farm will be planting over 400 fruit and nut trees and shrubs, and filling in a few more species over the next two years.

Camping is available on the farm. Campers are welcome to arrive Friday afternoon/evening, and use the restroom indoors. We’ll have bonfires in the evenings, weather permitting. Musical instruments encouraged! Families welcome!

Wild Abundance Farm is located in Jefferson, WI, one hour west of Milwaukee, 35 mins east of Madison. Please RSVP to Nicole at wildabundancefarm(at)gmail.com for directions and details.

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April 30, 2011
End:
April 30, 2011
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Wild Abundance Farm
Jefferson, WI United States

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