From left to right: Bev Miller of Live Healthy Now with her guests chef Michael Kerr, Susan Poizner of Orchard People and Kristen Ma of Pure + Simple on set at Rogers TV



“Thieves Rake Community Orchard Clean” Toronto Star, July 11, 2013 PDF

Live Healthy Now” with Bev Miller on Rogers TV, March 29, 2013. Bev interviews Susan Poizner about backyard sharing, Ben Nobleman Park Community Orchard, and Orchard People.

“Congratulations to the St. Paul’s recipients of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal!”
Spring Newsletter 2013, Dr Eric Hoskins, MPP for St. Paul’s Susan Poizner receives Medal PDF


“City orchards bear fruit for all” Toronto Star, Saturday August 25, 2012,

“Learn about food in the forest on Edible Tree Tour 2012” The Guardian, August 16, 2012

“Can a locavore dream of public produce come true?” Globe & Mail, July 7, 2012   PDF pg. 1 and PDF pg. 2

“End of the Line for Orchard?”, May 1, 2012

“Group Petitions to Spare Orchard from Subway Station” Post City Magazine, May 2012

“Grow your Fruit Tree Knowledge with Workshops” The Guardian, April 19, 2012

“Barometer” Now Magazine, April 12-19, 2012

“Push on to save fruit trees”, April 11, 2012

“Five Great Things to Do This Weekend” City TV, March 20, 2012

“LRT to Rain Destruction on Apricot Trees?” Torontoist, April 10, 2012

“Caring for Fruit Trees” LEAF Newsletter, March 14, 2012,


“Äpfel für alle: Obstbaumgarten im Stadtpark” (“Apples for Orchard in the Park”), Dergartenbau (Horticulture magazine), #47/2011, PDF

“Newcomers’ guide to the city: Autumn advertures,” Metro News, Sept. 21, 2011, link, PDF

“Harvest festival crops up at community orchard,” Inside Toronto, Sept. 15, 2011, link, PDF

“Seeing the Forage for the Trees” The Grid, August 15, 2011

“Community Orchards Provide Food For All, Ground Magazine, Summer 2011, PDF

“Wal-Mart helps fund green roof,” Toronto Business Times, July/August 2011, PDF

“Orchard shed gets green treatment” York Guardian,  July 21, 2011

“Green thumbs thrive in Toronto” T.O. Night Newspaper, July 15, 2011, PDF

“Workshops to make your trees Fruitful”, March 23, 2011


“Trees come to life for viewers” Ontario Arborist, November/December 2010

“Home Grown”  September 2010, Forest Hill Town Crier

“Harvest Festival Fun” September 2, 2010, York Guardian

“Harvest Festival Celebrates Season’s Bounty” August 25, 2010, Inside Toronto

“My Vie Revee en ville”, Glamour Magazine, France, July 2010 Glamour Magazine, France

“Eglinton West Fruit Orchard” Evergreen Blog, June 24, 2010

“Final Trees Added to York Orchard”, Inside Toronto, March 29, 2010

(Correction in this article: Our orchard has 3 pears, 3 plums, 3 cherries, 3 apricots and 2 crabapple trees)


“Fruity Logic” Now Magazine, August 20, 2009

“Not far from the Tree” Now Magazine, August 20, 2009

“Worth Seeing”, Now Magazine, August 13, 2009

“Five things to do this week” National Post, August 14, 2009

“A City Bears Fruit” Torontoist, August 16, 2009

“Edible Tree Tour” Here and Now, CBC Radio 1, August 14, 2009

“Edible Tree Tour Preview” OMNI Television Mandarin News, August 13, 2009

“Edible Tree Tour” York Guardian, July 29, 2009

“Toronto’s First Community Orchard: Why the time is ripe” Edible Toronto, Summer 2009

“Proposed LRT could wipe out community orchard” in York Guardian (July 2, 2009)

“Urban Orchard Blossoms” in Town Crier (June 25, 2009)

“Apple of their Eye: Crew starts work on an orchard in downtown park yesterday” in Toronto Star (June 5, 2009)

“Community orchard stirs debate” in InsideToronto.Com (May 13, 2009)

“Toronto’s public orchard is a go” in Toronto Life’s Daily Dish (May 6, 2009)

“The not-so-secret garden: Toronto is poised to get its first community orchard” in Toronto Life’s Daily Dish (May 2, 2009)

“Neighbours war over urban orchard” in The Toronto Star (May 2, 2009)

“Toronto’s Community Orchard Project: Ben Nobleman Park” in Toronto Gardens blog (May 2, 2009)

“War over Toronto’s 1st community orchard” in Toronto Marketing Blog (May 7, 2009)

“Community Orchards” Here and Now, CBC Radio, April 29,2009

“Rooting for healthier eats” in The Town Crier (April 27, 2009)

“A fruitful way to get your produce” in Town Crier (Feb 19, 2009)