Grow Organic Apples masthead


play freely here

Fruit grown locally comes fresher and tastier. The choice of varieties gets to be astounding. Families who know their farmers share in a vital connection to the land. And that in turn means you are informed about decisions of how that fruit is grown.


We need to grow healthy food in the places where we live.


How we grow should enhance the virtue of the fruit itself.


Community work days can be a big help to any local orchardist. source: The Principles of Fruit Growing by L.H.Bailey, 1897, 1926.

2021 Regime Pages

Sandbox Annex

things we need to do next

weave in theme of long term stewardship


Hmmm... where did green font come from?

Experienced Orchard Consultants Await Visit our Gallery of Fruitful Indulgence


Quick coding grabs


[[ indicates notes from Michael to Michael ]]


If growers knows why, they will teach themselves how.
L. H. Bailey

line break: br/

blank block: img src='img/spacer.gif'

fine adjustments: img style='margin: 10px 0 0 10px;'


Enn- and emm-dashes! – there's an enn-dash now! Hold the Alt key down and type the numbers 0150 with the keypad on the right side of the keyboard. An emm-dash — is entered with the same procedure: alt key down like the shift key, and while down 0151 with the keypad. Also, check out the special character possibilities under the ellipsis in the toolbar above: click the Ω and ¡look at all those exciting possibilities!




Departmental menus (purple font on opened link)

What's Next? w/chevrons


Check all links!

***Revamped URLs

***Wording for hover descriptions

***Current tab or new tab


Centered image and caption
Note the use of
line break entities
to make multiple short lines.

Grow Organic Apples footer
legacy home page
Caspar Institute logowebsite by Caspar Institute
file updated Sunday, 14 March 2021

only search
visits today
1,206 views since
12 June 2020