Conservation of Heritage Apples. Sadie Barrett

Saturday, October 28th. 1 PM Limited Space. Register today. Members: $20. Non Members: $25. Did you know that the first apple tree planted in Montana was planted in 1866 in the Bitterroot Valley? The apple tree is part of our food culture. We are very happy to wrap up 'Apple Camp Month' with a presentation by Sadie Barrett. The Story: Sadie Barrett has a life long history with apple trees. She spent her childhood years roaming an old apple orchard on a remote forest service homestead. And, apple trees came back into her life in her adulthood. Observing the alarming rate of old trees disappearing, she began grafting trees and eventually founded the Idaho Heritage Tree Project, eventually inc

A Fundraiser. A Raffle

Thank you to the community members and local businesses that support O'Hara Commons through the donations of these fantastic prizes. Buy your raffle tickets in person, at our Harvest Fest or on our website. Drawing is on October 28th, we will contact winners in the order they were drawn (they can pick their prize).

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