Joining the Friends of the Urban Forest street tree planting event on March 31, 2018, Just One Tree raffled off three more Meyer lemon trees to San Francisco residents volunteering for the day; the FUF gathering put 30 trees in the ground throughout the Crocker Amazon neighborhood. The winners of the JOT citrus tree were: […]
UC Davis chemical ecologist Walter Leal is leading research to create a “trap” against the Asian citrus psyllid and protect future citrus crops. Read the full article here.
Just One Tree is excited to end 2017 and start 2018 with a new sponsorship from HomeAdvisor. The website directory where homeowners can find local assistance with home needs has made a contribution to support our goal to get more trees in the ground and in pots throughout San Francisco and ultimately reach a citywide […]
It was the latest beautiful feat in Climate Action Now!‘s (CAN!) mission to convert pavement into urban organic gardens: On Saturday, October 28, 2017 a formidable crew of volunteers hustled under the guidance of CAN! to transform the blacktop at James Lick Middle School into a site for two new school gardens. The work day […]
As San Francisco residents continue to plant, spot, count, and register lemon trees to help us reach the 12,000 mark, we’re happy to have a new map that provides a visual aid in conveying the numbers being compiled. You can visit the tree map page and click on your neighborhood to see exactly how many […]
那些檸檬都跑哪去了？ “僅一樹”是一個目標在三藩市栽種一萬二千棵檸檬樹的自給自足的計劃——這個數目是根據每個居民每年三磅的平均檸檬消耗量而得出的。目標是展示在這個城市里可食用農作物是可持續的。到目前為止，中國城僅有三棵已註冊的檸檬樹但我們知道還可以有更多！知道哪裡有檸檬樹？登錄我們的網站 JustOne Tree.org來為該樹登記註冊吧！不僅可以獲得檸檬津貼還能知道更多與種植有關的活動。 WHERE ARE THE LEMONS? Just One Tree is a self-sufficiency project that aims to have 12,000 lemon trees growing in San Francisco—the number needed for each resident to have three pounds of lemons per year, our average consumption. The goal is to show that a city can be sustainable in an […]
On Wednesday, June 28, 2017, youth from the Sunnydale Boys and Girls Club planted two Just One Tree lemon trees at the Cleo Nelson Community Garden in San Francisco’s Visitacion Valley neighborhood. Urban Sprouts and JOT facilitators led the group through the planting, which was preceded by a story introducing the kids to Nobel Peace Prize-winner […]
The SF Examiner’s April 2017 article “SF Recommits to Urban Agriculture During Housing Crisis” highlights the recent loss of the beloved Little City Farms and probes concerns about land use throughout the city. Just One Tree’s Isabel Wade was interviewed for the piece. Read the full article here.
The Larkin Street Youth Services location on 1020 Haight Street had a successful planting day on Saturday, April 1, 2017. Transforming the nonprofit’s front entrance area into a place for edible gardening, volunteers planted a Just One Tree Meyer lemon tree to greet visitors with its fragrant blooms. This Larkin Street Youth Services branch supports […]
City of Dreams to Plant JOT Trees The City of Dreams urban farm sits amidst a mural-laden scene at the Oakdale Community Center in San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood. We are happy that the youth-serving educational garden is now nurturing three JOT Meyer lemon trees in its rows at 1030 Oakdale Avenue. There, edibles and […]