With over 40 varieties of fruit and nut trees, a butterfly habitat, and a community garden, many volunteers have helped maintain the nation’s first public food forest since it was developed in 1997.
Parties and Rentals
To schedule ongoing use, add elements to the park (such as tents and inflatables), or host a special event, special permits may be required. Please contact Jon Fillman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-259-5738.
Learn more about the community-guided process to bring the park to life by reading Park Views: Dr. George Washington Carver Edible Park.