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Portland Fruit Tree Project

OPB | Jan. 31, 2013 8:30 p.m.

Portland is essentially a huge urban orchard. There are fruit trees everywhere! And these trees are beautiful to look at, sure, but they also require a lot of work. In fact, they can make a pretty big mess when no one takes care of them. Plus, what a waste of delicious produce! Find out how one fast growing, non-profit organization is turning Portland’s abundant fruit supply into a valuable community resource.

Producer - Tracey Whitney
Videgraphers - Nicholas Fisher, Tom Shrider, & Tracey Whitney
Editor - Michael Bendixen
Audio - William Ward

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