NEW YORK DAILY NEWS: "It is all part of the Fruit Tree Project, which aims to add up to 1 million extra fruits to underserved communities across the U.S., and eliminate up to 2 million pounds of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Dewitt-Clinton English teacher and sustainability advocate Ray Pultinas, 57, brought the program to the school. 'We've expanded every year each of these trees will be a garden to feed hundreds for the next 50 to 75 years,' Pultinas said." Read the full story here.
Fruit trees planted in Bronx garden in project to add more nutrition, clean air to community
Updated: Dec 11, 2018