Tisdale Food Forest
About the project
The Tisdale Food Forest is a regenerative agriculture project on public land in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
In 2015, volunteers planted around 500 fruit and nut trees and shrubs along the L.L. Tisdale Parkway just north of downtown.
The goals of the Tisdale Food Forest are food security, noise reduction, beautification, stormwater purification, and education.
The project was completed in partnership between Heights Neighborhood Association and Up With Trees.
Read about the Tisdale and related Restoration Collective projects below.
Forest of Possibility (TulsaPeople)
Stop the leakage (Strong Towns)
A Roadside Attraction (Edible Tulsa)
Thank you to the following individuals and organizations for their significant support of the Tisdale Food Forest.
George Kaiser Family Foundation
Reed Jules Family Foundation