Parks & Recreation
THE CITY OF DULUTH, MINNESOTA

Edible Duluth

WHAT: Edible Duluth aims to promote, develop and create sustainable and maintained edible landscapes on public property, specifically in City parks and on City trails, and seeks to provide meaningful opportunities for citizen involvement in our efforts.  

HOW: Edible Duluth believes that the governing principals of permaculture is an ideal method of design and seeks to incorporate those principals in our work.

WHY: Edible Duluth supports the Fair Food Access movement and endorses the principals and values of the Lake Superior Good Food Charter.

LOCATIONS: Edible Duluth public fruit tree orchards are located in the following parks:

Brighton Beach With Adopter Chambers Grove With Adopter Birchwood Park With Adopter
Brighton Beach
Adopted by the Izaak Walton League - McCabe Chapter
Chambers Grove Birchwood Park
Fond Du Lac Park With Adopter Jay Cooke With Edible Duluth Lakewalk A With Edible Duluth
Fond du Lac
Adopted by Jill Kimball and Family

Jay Cooke Statue Park

 Lakewalk - Site A
Lakewalk B With Edible Duluth Lakewalk C With Edible Duluth Lakewalk D With Adopter
Lakewalk - Site B Lakewalk - Site C  Lakewalk - Site D
Adopted by EcoRotary
Merrit Park With Adopter Morgan Park With Adopter Morley Heights With Adopter
Merrit Park
Adopted by Northwood Children's - West Campus
Morgan Park
Adopted by Morgan Park Garden Club
Morley Heights
Pennel Park With Edible Duluth Sailboat Park With Adopter Washington Square With Adopter
Pennel Park Sailboat Park

 Washington Square
Adopted by Faith Lutheran Garden

  • B
  • Birchwood (10 trees)
  • Brighton Beach (10 trees) - Adopted by Izaak Walton League - W.J. McCabe Chapter
  • Chambers Grove (10 trees)
  • Enger (1 tree)
  • Fond du Lac (7 trees) - Adopted by Jill Kimball and Family
  • Jay Cooke Statue Park (3 trees)
  • Lakewalk (4 locations, 43 trees) - Trees at 26th Ave E. adopted by EcoRotary
  • Merrit (10 trees)
  • Morgan Park (17 trees) - Adopted by the Morgan Park Community Garden Club
  • Morley Heights (9 trees)
  • Pennel Park (5 trees)
  • Sailboat Park (10 trees)
  • Washington Square (12 trees) - Adopted by Faith Community Garden
Cheryl Skafte
Volunteer Coordinator
City Hall - Parks and Recreation
411 West First Street
Duluth, MN 55802
218-730-4334

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