Stretch Island, Kashi employees help plant trees for communities

Stretch Island and Kashi employees joined in on the project. Photo: Courtesy

Volunteers from La Jolla-based Stretch Island Fruit Co. and Kashi Co. recently helped plant fruit trees at Harriet Tubman Village Charter School. Assisting them were members of the Fruit Tree Planting Foundation (FTPF), an international nonprofit organization dedicated to planting edible fruit trees and plants to benefit communities, which introduced their joint program ‘Fruit Tree 101.’

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