Thank you in advance for allowing us to share this endeavor with you and for any assistance you can offer TOC, whether it be physical help, monetary assistance or loving encouragement.
TOC needs your help and your donations. As an official 501(c)3 non–profit organization, all donations are tax deductible and receipts will be sent to donors.
To donate securely online, please click the "Donate" button. You can use a credit or debit card or PayPal account — a PayPal account is not required.
Donate By Mail
If you prefer to send a check, you may mail it to:
Temperate Orchard Conservancy
PO Box 529
Molalla, OR 97038
As you might imagine, as a sapling organization, we have many opportunities for you to donate materials...our list includes:
- Farm Equipment, Machinery, Implements
- Building Materials
- Office Materials
If you have equipment or materials and would like to donate them to Temperate Orchard Conservancy, please Contact Us.
You can volunteer to help us.... collecting scions, grafting or planting, putting up fencing and installing irrigation, the tasks are endless.
If you have particular knowledge that you believe could assist us in better establishing the TOC orchard, we would love to hear about it.
You may not be able to do the physical work, please consider helping us out monetarily so that we can buy the necessary supplies.
If you live in the Portland Oregon area and would like to volunteer at Almaty Farm, please register your enthusiasm on our Contact Us Page.
The fencing grant received from the Lillian Goldman Foundation was gratefully accepted and speedily used. The Dunlap Block for the baby trees is fenced and gated, and the 17–acre Botner Block is fenced and sports five beautiful gates. The fence is an 8–foot tall deer–proof fence built by Statewide Fence Company, and it is absolutely beautiful.
The permit for the agricultural well was received in May 2017. Thanks to another generous donation from Cary Fowler and Amy Goldman, drilling was completed and the pump installed in 2018. Planning, plotting and surveying for the orchard in the Botner Block continues as we ditch and install piping for irrigation. Our “revised” goal is to have the irrigation system installed and the young trees transplanted to the Botner Block in the by the spring of 2019. We are longing to have these apple trees planted where they will develop into a strong, mature orchard to be shared with today’s orchardists and generations to come.
We are looking for help from engineers and water and soil experts to develop a master plan that minimizes our impact on the local aquafer and maximizes collection and storage of rainfall.