Backyard Fruit

Interested in paw paws, blueberries, raspberries, apples, and more? Come learn from an expert!



Learn how to easily grow fruit in your backyard, if you have a lot of space to work with or only a small amount. 

Adam Dusen of Hundred Fruit Farm in Buckingham will go into detail about common and uncommon fruits. From raspberries to paw paws, Dunsen will teach the group everything you need to know about growing, keeping the plants healthy, and harvesting fresh, delicious fruit. Bring your questions, because after the presentation there will be a Q&A session.


Hundred Fruit Farm works hard to maintain agricultural traditions to preserve the character of Bucks County's farm land. The individuals who tend to the ten acres of Hundred Fruit Farm are passionate about the local food movement. Dusen states that the farm serves, "as an ecological refuge for pollinators, birds, amphibians, and other flora and fauna in an area that is increasingly being degraded by lawn chemicals, herbicides, and ornamental landscaping." 

Hundred Fruit farm grows strawberries, honeyberries, june berries, raspberries, blackberries, currants, blueberries, gooseberries, bush cherries, elberberries, grapes, seaberries, maypops, kiwis, and more! They also provide pastured eggs, mushrooms, culinary herbs, medicinal herbs, nuts, veggies, and pastured meats. Hundred Fruit Farm offers a CSA and various courses and workshops covering topics like permaculture. 


Adam Dusen grew up in Bucks County and traveled the world learning about permaculture and agroecology. He is an experienced permaculture farmer, designer, and educator who looks forward to sharing his knowledge to help you grow flourishing fruit in your own backyard!

March 01, 2017 at 7pm - 9pm
Doylestown Mennonite Church

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