Community Fruit Rescue is a coalition dedicated to harvesting and distributing the surplus urban fruit growing throughout Boulder, Colorado. We envision a resilient, just and collaborative community where everyone has access to healthy and local food, humans and wildlife coexist, and waste is minimized.. Rescue originated at the Scott Experimental Station, Agriculture Canada and was tested as Scott #1, then introduced in 1933. The tree is moderately vigorous, rounded to spreading, and annually productive.. For everything there is a season… Our lawnmower stopped running, for the third time, about two months ago. Yes, that is the time when the grass grows fastest in South Florida. I made a few half-hearted attempts to repair it and then just said “The heck with it.” It was too hot to mow anyway.…. Adopt a fruit tree Join Organiclea’s Orchard Project to support the 200 fruit trees we have planted at Hawkwood Nursery, helping to preserve traditional fruit varieties and ensure access to local fruit for future generations.. Being able to climb a tree is essential for many tasks that an Arborist will need to carry out, however things don't always go to plan and when a climber gets stuck in a tree they will need to rescued by someone trained in Aerial rescue.. For Tree Owners Community Fruit Rescue is a program that harvests excess fruit and donates it to local agencies to be distributed to food insecure individuals around the city..