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Future Fruit: Grafting Zine

Future Fruit: Grafting Zine


  • Future Fruit: Grafting Zine
    • Future Fruit: Grafting Zine

    Future Fruit: Grafting Zine

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    Future Fruit: An Introduction to Grafting Fruit Trees: a handbook by Nolan Calisch (cover illustration by Nina Montenegro of The Far Woods).

    Grafting fruit trees is a vision for the future! A vision of more home orchards, more harvest gatherings, and more abundance for sharing around the neighborhood. It’s a vision for the next generation who are inheriting the choices we make and the trees we plant.

    This handbook demystifies grafting and provides an entry point for those interested in propagating their own fruit. Included are step-by-step instructions about grafting new fruit trees, grafting new fruit varieties onto older trees, as well as recommendations on timing, tools, and approach.

    All interior illustrations and tutorials by Nolan Calisch
    Cover illustration by Nina Montenegro
    Digitally printed by RedE printing in Portland, OR
    Collated by hand.
    *Photos courtesy of The Far Woods

    27 pages
    5.5" x 8.5"
    Black + white illustrations

    About The Far Woods:
    Sisters Sonya and Nina Montenegro are the designers and makers of The Far Woods. The things they make reflect their deepest desires about the world. They seek to contribute to a great Culture Shift in which there is a land ethic, a reverence for nature, a rejection of the dominant throw-away mentality, and direct connection to where our food and the things we use come from. Many of their artworks serve as educational tools and inspiration for deepening relationship to nature, food, and community.


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