Eco AppleTM Program

Downloads available: Eco Program Background (PDF), Eco Apple Grower Guide and Self Assessment, Eco Apple Quick Guide, Pollinator Protection in Eco Apple Production (PDF), Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Management Guidelines, Eco Info Sheet

For people who grew up eating apples right from the tree, grown in an orchard nearby, fruit from the Eco AppleTM family will bring those memories rushing back.

 

 

 

 

Eco AppleTM growers have all the wisdom and expertise we've come to expect from family farms. They value the land and the people that tend it and will not compromise when it comes to flavor, quality or their orchard's carefully maintained ecosystem. That is why they have joined Red Tomato and the IPM Institute of America in this groundbreaking endeavor. Read more about how the program works on our What Is Eco? page or check out our Eco Info Sheet

 

 

What does generations of expertise taste like? Truly exceptional. Our growers offer an extensive array of apple varieties from all over the Northeast. You can find your favorite standards like Gala and McIntosh from any of the Eco orchards, or try some of the more exotic heirlooms like Esopus Spitzenberg (Thomas Jefferson's favorite) and Belle de Boskoop (don't try to make strudel without it!) from Scott Farms in Dummerston, Vermont or Alyson's Orchard in Walpole, New Hampshire. Check out over 40 varieties of standard favorites and heirloom apples these growers offer. 

The Eco brand means that your apple was grown by a farmer with deep experience and a genuine desire to preserve the land for future generations.  It means you can trust the product.  But you don't have to take our word for it. Check out the Eco production standards, and get to know an Eco grower today.

 

Watch the video: A Conversation with John Lyman

 

Watch the video: Sharing a Strong Connection: Clark Brothers Orchards