The Fundy Valley was once a thriving center of apple producers. Taking a drive through our scenic country roads, you will see many wild apple trees that are the remnants and descendants of once flourishing orchards.
Foods of the Fundy Valley, in partnership with the Albert County Museum, is working to establish the area’s only Living Apple Museum to celebrate our heritage as apple growers. This museum will provide a place where people have the opportunity to learn about apples and the historical significance they played in our region. As well, it will provide a seed bank of living apple genetics that once thrived here.
To that end, Foods of the Fundy Valley is currently conducting a short survey to determine the varieties of apple trees that can be found in the Albert County area. The results of this survey will be used as part of our project to create a Living Apple Museum in Albert County.
To start the survey, click here. If you are not redirected in a few seconds, please copy the following link and paste into your browser.
If you have any questions about this survey or wish to participate in the project, please contact us.
Foods of the Fundy Valley
P.O Box 2002
Riverside Albert, NB