Miscellany - items that don't really fit anywhere else...
The Big Apple Association joined three other Herefordshire Orchard Projects speaking at a conference held at Sheffield Hallam University on the 9th and 10th September 2008.
Moths play a big part in pollination and are important to orchards. Find out more on our Moths page>>.
The Big Apple Association works closely with the Marcher Apple Network, who kindly provided a website service for us over the past few years. MAN is a group of apple and pear enthusiasts dedicated to the revival and preservation of old varieties of apples and pears.
Common Ground is an organisation recognised for the linking of nature with culture, focusing upon the positive investment people can make in their own localities, championing popular democratic involvement, and by inspiring celebration as a starting point for action to improve the quality of our everyday places. Started as a one-off event at Covent Garden in 1990, its "Apple Day" in October has become a country-wide event.
A site which has extensive apple identification guides and is attempting to compile a database of apple trees and orchards. More details on their website at http://www.orangepippin.com/.