We're creating a non-profit branch called HomeHarvest Roots. Our work focuses on planting fruit trees and empowering the community to care for and benefit from the trees.
For now, we're a for-profit business that donates fruit trees to appreciative communities.
We plant a wide range of fruit and nut trees that yield well in New England and we donate fruit trees to institutions such as schools, community gardens, prisons, hospitals, parks, and houses of worship. People's relationship with plants is important and has the potential to make our communities healthier and more resilient.
If you want free fruit trees for your institution, let us know and we may be able to help you out and come plant the trees. Regarding our tree and installation donations, we're most interested in supporting low-income neighborhoods, children involvement, a community that will care for the trees, and/or an educational component. If you want to fund a project we already installed or a future project, you're welcome to donate through our website and all donations go toward fruit tree or garden installations at a local institutions.
We're passionate about connecting people with nature and spreading the joy of harvesting abundance from regenerative edible landscapes. For now, we're focusing on the Boston area. Once we're up and running as a non-profit, we aim to install regenerative edible installations at refugee camps abroad, primarily in Africa. To date, we donated over 79 fruit trees and $26,000 worth of time and materials. We're seeking a philanthropist to help us expand.
Please reach out to us about a future project you'd like to see become reality and include HomeHarvest Roots in the subject line. CONTACT US >