The Stourport Green Canopy. on a Symbiosis Community Orchard. Available as a £60 Sponsorship tree planting bereavement gift. Helping families with a Community memorial tree, in the name of the person and their tree sponsor. This special bereavement orchard celebrating the Stourport’s Canopy. The Symbiosis Bereavement Orchard operating for and behalf of the community. Providing a Tranquil Commercial Fruit tree rows, planting and preserving old varieties on dwarf root stock. For easy yearly harvesting.
Symbiosis Bereavement Orchards, planted on public council open spaces, enabling all to share, with dog friendly walks and rest areas retaining all foot paths.
Symbiosis Tree For Life Websit will host The Stourport Green Canopy website on Symbiosis Community Memorial Orchards. A space with dedicated page for each tree and there owner & sponsor. With eulogies, Photos, Videos & blog articles celebrating fond memories, adding to our area history database.
The harvesting as a community volunteer event providing Fruit products and Fresh organic juices, available to the community at an affordable price.
The harvest sales profit of 60% would provided funds to the parish community projects, and 40% to Symbiosis Tree For Life Community Orchards.
The Symbiosis Tree owners have the option to harvest their tree for home use, or opt out. Donating to the Symbiosis community orchard stall, for sale in participating Charity run shops through out the Wyre Forest District area.
Symbiosis Bereavement Memorial Fruit tree Orchard would like to propose a request to Kidderminster, Bewdly & Stourport Council, to look at green space sites a Kidderminster, Bewdly, Or Stourport Canopy, as a Symbiosis Community Orchard, on suitable available open spaces.
A site that would make a good Stourport Canopy, would be Along side the River Stour and under the bridge at Discovery Road, Stourport on Severn.
The land suffers from flooding each year and would benefit from a framework of fruit tree root system. Especially with new House developments the will add extra sewerage pressure aimed at our river.
It would also be worth offering the new housing developers to sponsor 1000 trees to forgotten past community members that enriched and providing everlasting history to our community, and a chance of providing to the community for years to come!