In this March 3, 2012, photo, Glenn Herlihy, left, Briar Bates and Jackie Cramer stand on a grassy slope and talk about how they and other organizers will turn the site into a "food forest" in view of downtown Seattle. The park will start at 2 acres and grow to 7, offering city dwellers a chance to pick apples, plums and other crops right from the branch. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

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In this March 3, 2012, photo, Glenn Herlihy, left, Briar Bates and Jackie Cramer stand on a grassy slope and talk about how they and other organizers will turn the site into a "food forest" in view of downtown Seattle. The park will start at 2 acres and grow to 7, offering city dwellers a chance to pick apples, plums and other crops right from the branch.    (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
In this March 3, 2012, photo, Glenn Herlihy, left, Briar Bates and Jackie Cramer stand on a grassy slope and talk about how they and other organizers will turn the site into a "food forest" in view of downtown Seattle. The park will start at 2 acres and grow to 7, offering city dwellers a chance to pick apples, plums and other crops right from the branch. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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