Community Orchard

The West Fargo Forestry Division, in cooperation with the North Dakota Department of Agriculture installing several community orchard pilot projects within the City of West Fargo in 2017. 

Community orchards are small local orchards designed to encourage healthy eating habits. The orchards contain apples, pears, plums, peaches and cherry trees for residents in the area to use for eating, baking, cooking or canning.

Francis St. Orchard

  • Location: 418 Francis St.
  • Features: apples, pears, plums, cherries and mulberries

Meadowridge Orchard

  • Location: 2101 5th St. 
  • Features: apples, pears, plums and cherries

Arboretum Orchard

  • Location: 2800 5th St. W. 
  • Features: apples, pears, plums, cherries, apricots, hazelnuts, honeyberries, ground cherries and red lake currents

Eagle Run Orchard

  • Location: 3737 12th St. W. 
  • Features: apples, pears, plums, cherries and apricots

The Wilds Orchard

  • Location: 1100 Block of Albert Ct. W. 
  • Features: apples, pears and plums

14th Ave. Orchard

  • Location: 1200 14th Ave. E. 
  • Features: apples, pears, plums and cherries

Elmwood Orchard

  • Location: 501 19th Ave. W. 
  • Features: apples, pears, plums and cherries

Rivers Bend Orchard - Planned for 2022

  • Location: 302 26th Ave. E. 

Lodoen Center Orchard - Planned for 2022

  • Location: 400 4th Ave. E.

Edible Landscaping Guide

Edible landscaping is the use of food plants as design features in a landscape. These plants are used both for aesthetic value as well as consumption. Edible Landscaping Guide done in collaboration with Concordia student, Rachel Landmark.