About

Welcome to the Tahoma Chapter of the Western Cascade Fruit Society.  The WCFS was founded in 1980 and is made up of chapters throughout Western Washington, whose members are aspiring hobby orchardists and backyard fruit growers.  Our primary objective is to bring together new and experienced fruit growers, who will promote the science, cultivation, and pleasure of growing fruit bearing trees, vines, and plants in the home landscape.  Local chapters, like Tahoma, disseminate information through education, fruit shows, orchard tours, meetings, workshops, and publications.

The WCFS is a non-profit organization, a parent organization to eight affiliated chapters.  Tahoma Chapter serves the Puyallup/Tacoma area.  WCFS publishes a quarterly BeeLine newsletter to inform members of events, tours, articles, and reports.  Members receive automatic membership in WCFS after joining an affiliated Chapter, such as Tahoma Chapter.  Membership in the WCFS is through its individual chapters.

To Contact Tahoma Chapter of the WCFS:  wcfstahoma@gmail.com

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Tom Henry says:

    Hi, This is Tom Henry, I was at the last two meetings. I’m trying to contact the gentleman in the group who is an arborist. We have a problem with a tree that I’d like him to take a look at. If I could get his name and number I’d appreciate it. Thanks.

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