Wild Apple Tree Release and Pruning Workshop (Bethlehem)

Releasing and pruning wild apple trees can keep them healthy and result in greater fruit production for use by a wide variety of wildlife. This basic introduction to releasing and pruning wild apple trees, with both indoor classroom session and outdoor field practice, will be led by Nigel Manly (Director of the Forest Society’s Rocks Estate). The indoor portion will be held at the Rocks Estate of Bethlehem and field pruning practice will be held nearby in Bethlehem.

Bring a bag lunch and water, and dress in warm layers for outdoor practice. 

Workshop is FREE and pre-registration is requested (RSVP link below map).

The same workshop will run in Jaffrey on 3/9: see info here.

The Rocks Estate

4 Christmas Lane
BethlehemGrafton County, New Hampshire