Interested in local history, local food, historic trees, hard cider or heirloom fruit? Join the Boulder Apple Tree Project Saturday December 7th to celebrate Colorado’s apple growing heritage. The event will feature speakers working to preserve old orchards and heritatge apple varieties thoughout the state as well as experts in the growing trees, making cider, and local sustainable foods. CU students will share their reserach on our local apple trees.
All are welcome: the event is open to the public and free. For more information on our speakers, please visit: https://appletreeproject.org/upcoming-events/applesymposium-h2hh5-fj2zr
Is there minimum age for the event? No, all are welcome. Talks will be engaging and interesting to a wide range of people but might not entertain young children.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? The event is on the East Campus of Univeristy of COlroado, on the Stampede RTD route. Parking is available for a fee of $9.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please visit our website for more information: https://appletreeproject.org/ and contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions you might have.
Do I need a ticket to attend? No, all are welcome. If you can, we ask that you register just so we know to how many people to expect (https://appletreeproject.org/upcoming-events/applesymposium-h2hh5-fj2zr) but you can also register in person at the symposium. This is a free event.
Do I need to be an expert in apples or horticulture to attend? Absolutely not. Just some interest in these historic trees and how we can preserve their biological and cultural diversity for future generations.