Historical Research in action: community college bridge program
Hear about our collaborative activity between a scientist and an artist making clay apples with the community.
BATP and Community Fruit Rescue highlighted in Daily Camera article.
We are seeking volunteers for the Apple Blitz!
We are collecting oral histories and would love to hear your story. Now is the time!
We are seeking community volunteers for the Apple Blitz 2019!
Genotyping local apple tree varieties.
Recording the community: Oral history at BATP
Here is the link to listen to Dr. Suding of the Boulder Apple Tree Project talk with Ira Flatow of Science Friday about Boulder’s historic apples!
Undergraduate researchers are important contributors to the Apple Tree Project.
What historical discoveries can an undergraduate research assistant make in a semester? And can that journey of historical discovery and personal development contribute to an academic research project?
As the apple trees are now in flower we are thinking about the fruit to come! Over the next few weeks we will post about the most widely planted apple trees in Boulder’s orchards in the 1920s.
The Boulder Apple Tree Project was featured at Arcana Restaurant in Boulder as part of the Haykin Family Cider special release event. At this event, the Haykin family unveiled a series of craft ciders made from heritage apples trees in Boulder.
The first ever Apple Tree Bridge Program is open for enrollment by interested Front Range Community College Students who intend to transfer to any four-year school in 2019.
Lisa Corwin and Katie Suding have received a National Science Foundation Improving Undergraduate STEM Education Grant, aimed at engaging students as active citizens and scientists within their community.
Come see Dr. Katie Suding’s TEDx talk on Boulder’s local historic apples. April 5th, from 6-9pm, on the CU Boulder campus.
Read our recent feature in Coloradan Alumni magazine, titled: The Oldest Apples in Boulder
Booze column: Colorado's ciders are the real apple-pickin' deal. Story by Doug Brown for the Daily Camera
Read our recent feature in the Daily Camera, titled: CU researchers hunting Boulder's historic apple trees, varieties 'lost in time'
Watch Dr. Suding’s interview on Channel 9 News, talking about the Boulder Apple Tree Project
Read our recent feature in Coloradan magazine, titled: The Oldest Apples in Boulder