Urban Fruit Guardian Program!
Thank you for your interest in City Fruit's FREE Urban Fruit Guardian (UFG) Program! The UFG program offers students the opportunity to explore and get to know the diverse spectrum of urban agriculture in Seattle. Through environmental science lessons and art projects, the UFG program introduces youth (grades 3-5) to different urban orchards over the course of the summer with the goal of training the environmental stewards our city needs! Please fill out this UFG Interest Form for your youth or youth cohort and Spencer (firstname.lastname@example.org) will be in touch shortly!
Name of parent/guardian/educator contact:
Email of parent/guardian/educator contact:
Please share your home address (educators, please share the address of your organization or school):
Street Address Line 2
State / Province
Postal / Zip Code
How many youth are you interested in enrolling in the program?
Please share the age or grade level of your youth or youth cohort members.
Please share how your youth or youth cohort members identify in terms of gender-identity (female, male, nonbinary, other).
Please share how your youth or youth cohort members identify in terms of ethnicity (Black, Latino or Hispanic, Asian, Native American, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Caucasian, Other/Unknown).
For educators working with a youth cohort, please share the name of your organization and the name of your youth program. Does your program work specifically with youth of a particular demographic or Seattle neighborhood?
Which of the program session dates are your youth interested in participating in? (Please note that while we have suggested orchard sites, session locations can be adjusted as needed to accommodate interested youth groups.)
07/09/22: Orchard Biodiversity (Suggested site: Meridian Playground Orchard in North Seattle).
07/16/22: Wildflowers and Pollination (Suggested site: High Point Orchard in West Seattle or Picardo Orchard in North Seattle).
07/23/22: Orchard Mapping (Suggested site: Danny Woo Community Gardens in Central Seattle).
07/30/22: Tree and Shrub Identification (Suggested site: New Start Garden in Burien).
08/06/22: Soil Science (Suggested site: Angel Morgan P-Patch in South Seattle).
08/13/22: Water Cycle (Suggested site: High Point Orchard in West Seattle).
08/23/22: Harvest and Cider Press (Suggested site: Danny Woo Community Gardens in Central Seattle).
Which of the session times work for you? Please also select if you would like to participate in our free lunch.
Morning session (9-12pm)
Afternoon session (12:30-3:30pm)
Free lunch during pick-up/drop-off (12-12:30pm)
We're excited to build our Urban Fruit Guardian curricula based on the interests of our students! Please share any particular interests or strengths of your youth.
We welcome suggestions on how to make our Urban Fruit Guardians program more accessible and inclusive for our participants. Please share anything that your youth or youth cohort might need in order to participate in our programming.
How did you hear about us?
City Fruit Website
City Fruit partner organization
Anything else we need to know?
Thank you for filling out this interest form! We'll be in touch shortly.
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