Education

Apples: a classroom tradition

Interested in doing a fall unit on apples? Use our New England Apples brochure! It folds out into a poster of New England’s fourteen most popular varieties with a brief description of each. On the other side, learn about how nutritious apples are, how to store and handle them, and most importantly, how to use them. Try some of our favorite recipes!

For a free copy of our New England Apples brochure, email info@newenglandapples.org, or mail your request to:

P.O. Box 41
Hatfield, MA 01038

For orchards that offer field trips, visit Orchards by State from Homepage of this website or call us for suggestions.

Apples are part of New England history – make them a part of your students’ school year!

Here are some articles to get you started:

Be sure to visit our Videos page for a first-hand account of the New England apple industry!

Apples: a classroom tradition

Interested in doing a fall unit on apples? Use our New England Apples brochure! It folds out into a poster of New England’s fourteen most popular varieties with a brief description of each. On the other side, learn about how nutritious apples are, how to store and handle them, and most importantly, how to use them. Try some of our favorite recipes!

For a free copy of our New England Apples brochure, email info@newenglandapples.org, or mail your request to:

P.O. Box 41
Hatfield, MA 01038

For orchards that offer field trips, visit Orchards by State from Homepage of this website or call us for suggestions.

Apples are part of New England history – make them a part of your students’ school year!

Here are some articles to get you started:

Be sure to visit our Videos page for a first-hand account of the New England apple industry!