NYC Public Access Orchard

Newtown Pippin Restoration are reintroducing and cultivating the historically significant Newton Pippin apple tree in New York by donating trees to local community gardens, schools, environmental groups and other public spaces to ensure the trees can be publicly accessed.
The group also encourages biodiversity by providing a variety of apple trees which act as a pollinating partner to each donated Newtown Pippin apple tree.
Their biggest project yet is the planting of an orchard of 99 apple trees in Randall’s Island Park by local and international volunteers.


EDITOR’S NOTE: Apple tree orchard planted in Randall’s park NYC, which is part of a wider network of community led orchard projects.

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