One Community Welcomes Century Farm Orchards to Our Highest Good Food Team

walipini, growing apples in a walipini, One Community Food, sustainable food, highest good food, food sustainability, sub-tropical food greenhouse, greenhouse in the ground, open source food, sustainable eating, organic food, yearround food, year round food, growing food for yourself, how to grow food, walipini greenhouse, walipini for trees, open source walipini, walipini design, walipini creation, walipini planting plan, One Community food, Highest Good foodOne Community is happy to announce our newest partners at Century Farm Orchards. Century Farm Orchards is a small, century-long (thus the name) family owned and operated nursery specializing in old southern apples. Helping to preserve apples that were once widely grown in the United States from the 1600′s to the early 1900′s, David’s farm now offers many apples that cannot be purchased anywhere else in the world. More specifically, Century Farm Orchards is one of only two recipients of the Lee Calhoun apple collection of rare heirloom apples. The Calhoun apples offer a tremendous variety in taste, texture, and use that is no longer available in most stores and One Community is excited to partner with Century Farm Orchards as the provider of all of the apple trees that we will be growing in Walipini 2 as part of our Phase I food infrastructure and botanical garden model. Their focus is on quality over quantity and we are extremely happy to collaborate with and support Century Farm Orchards and the Calhoun apple legacy by doing our part to enhance public awareness, knowledge, and propagation of the amazing heirloom apple trees Century Farm Orchards provide.

Welcome to the team Century Farm Orchards!





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