Hard Cider Producers Only Tour with Penn State Extension (March 18)

Looking to up your hard cider game? Wondering what innovations others in the industry are working on? Join Penn State Extension for a Hard Cider Producer’s Only Tour on Friday, March 18. Registration for the event closes on Friday, February 26. The one-day tour will leave from Allentown and take a behind-the-scenes look with Ryan Burk…

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Dorset to Welcome Rare English Cider Apples

More than 300 traditional British cider apple trees have been purchased by the National Trust from Henry May, owner of Tidnor Wood Orchards, in an attempt to keep the collection in Britain. May had recently considered moving the trees to Normandy, France, because he couldn’t find a suitable buyer to tend to the trees in their…

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Meet Eliza Greenman, Innovative Orchardist

Millennial Eliza Greenman made a decision to veer from the status quo and return to the land. She describes herself as an orchardist, fruit explorer and farm activist. Greenman has focused her attention on food-producing trees and began with pruning neglected apple trees in Maine. Currently, she is taking care of an orchard in Loudon County,…

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