Sisterhood Gardens Opening Day A new San Francisco community garden on the corner of Brotherhood Way and Arch Street broke ground with its inaugural public planting day on February 11, 2017, and the weather obliged with a sunny reprieve from recent winter rains. Four Just One Tree Meyer lemon trees now stand in the Sisterhood […]
This week Just One Tree’s Isabel Wade toured the Swale floating food project at Brooklyn Bridge Park at Pier 6. Sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts, the edible forest garden is another example of innovative urban agriculture making free fresh produce available to the community.
Thanks to Segment Inc., 50 new lemon trees to be planted throughout the Tenderloin arrived in their temporary home for safekeeping and growing on June 29th. The UC Hastings Greening program under the green thumbs of Kasey Asbery and her summer environmental interns, are caring for the trees until 50 new planting spots are identified […]
What better partner could we ask for while we are counting lemon trees toward our sustainability goal than a company that collects data? And what a cool company that donates a lemon tree to each employee for Earth Day? Stay tuned for news of their big planting project with JOT. https://segment.com/
JOT has a new supporter with the arrival of Lemonade restaurants in San Francisco (how perfect!), first one opening at Yerba Buena May 5th: http://www.lemonadela.com/locations/bay-area/yerba-buena
10 new lemon trees find homes in barrels provided by JOT for the Playland Community Garden at 43rd Ave. Click to read the story on Hoodline.
We’re liking the tips and articles on the Positive Health Wellness website, where you can find a range of information on recipes, nutrition, pain relief, fitness, beauty and more. Check out the features on lemon’s skin benefits and how lemon in your water helps aid your digestive system!
Check out this cool article by Alastair Bland about urban orchards around the country!
The Florence Fang Asian Community Garden is located in the Bayview District at Diana and Williams Street in the rapidly changing southeast section of San Francisco. The site, which is almost an acre, was the location of the last operating farm in the City. The site is owned by CalTrans, providing one more example of […]
The Insect: Asian Citrus Psyllid – Diaphorina Citri Kuwayama The psyllid can carry one of the most devastating citrus diseases in the world, Huanglongbing. California residents play a critical role in protecting our state’s iconic citrus. The insect: Feeds on citrus leaves and stems. Has been found throughout California. Poses a huge threat to backyard […]