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Community Cider Project and Fruit Mapping

Presented by Friends of the Farms at Johnson Farm, Bainbridge Island WA

Sep 10 - 27 2020
Community Cider Project and Fruit Mapping

Local farmer and ciderist Michael Chick of St. Lô Cider will turn your overabundance into a fresh, hyper-local cider made from Bainbridge Island apples. A portion of the proceeds will go directly to Friends of the Farm’s new Young Farmer’s Advisory Committee, a connection that will help support and encourage the next generation of farming on Bainbridge.

Don’t have an apple tree but still want to help? Looking for a safe way to give back to your community that’s fun and all-ages? Check in with your neighbors & local businesses and see if they’d mind you gleaning from their trees! Or, head to Johnson Farm, and gather from the publicly-owned apple orchard… if you can beat the deer of course.


How this works
Gather your apples (cardboard boxes are best). For cider — crabapples, small hard apples and juicy tart apples are great.  We’ll take them all!

✓ Mark the boxes with your full name and either email or phone number (So we know who to thank).

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Johnson Farm

Fletcher Bay Rd NE & NE Twin Ponds Rd, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

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