Fruit Tree TV: First School Planting of 2010 | Episode #1

Fruit Tree TV gives the inside scoop on Common Vision’s Fruit Tree Tour. In this episode of Fruit Tree TV, 20 trees are planted at Ohlone Elementary in Watsonville at the first school planting of 2010 Fruit Tree Tour. In the last 6 years, the Fruit Tree Tour Program has directly impacted 45000 students, transformed over 150 low income schools and community centers into abundant orchards with the planting of over 3500 fruit trees. www.commonvision.org

here is a days fruit for 4 hours riding.

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  1. tabularasa says:

    Hi Common Vision! You would really help your mission of accessibility if you tagged your youtube videos with “fruit tree tour” and “common vision” Have an awesome tour. Grateful for what you do!

  2. taladeamor says:

    Nice job! Great Vid! Wahoo!!!

  3. Inflamsx says:

    I am willing to believe this guy has a very good condition. But to me, looking like a skeleton is not an option. People see this guy and think oh my god what a loser

  4. durianriders says:

    @vickidharris non athletes are boring and not healthy! we ALL wanna be athletes!! :)

    Eat over 3000calories and start living a life of passion NOW! :) You know any fat athletes that live a life of passion? me either..

  5. durianriders says:

    @samusamu I do so much yoga I can do a standing back bend. :)

    I race bikes in Cat 1 cos its good for the vegan cause and I like intense challenges.

  6. marcluc1988 says:

    You’ve got a great, enthusiastic personality.

  7. marcluc1988 says:

    @durianriders Where did I get a copy of 811?

  8. samusamu says:

    @durianriders Hello! despite how I may or may not come off, I don’t want to sound against you or negative. But I want to challenge you to deeply consider your motivation for biking and the amount you bike. I also don’t want to presume that you don’t do yoga at all, but IF a big motivation for biking is general fitness, I encourage you to pursue (more?) yoga as well. I could say more about why I feel this way, but it is probably unnecessary. Let me know what you think! CHEERS!

  9. samusamu says:

    @rite2bcreative i see. so there was really no disagreement as it seems, just mutual misunderstanding…. usually the case, isn’t it? ;)
    well, i believe that “do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.” but like to add a parent-thesis (i recommend trying to make that fun for everyone) and I certainly feel that mr. durianrider fits in that. i just am surprised by how much food he needs to consume even considering his activeness. But I will make the comment about that @ him.

  10. rite2bcreative says:

    @samusamu i was thinking “more” as in the mass of the foods.. like larger quantaties would need to be eaten because if you take a huge watermellon.. and you take the same amount of another kind of food (cooked), the cooked food will probably have more calories because it is more dense.

    its like when you cook spinach, it condenses because the water is cooked out, so it loses mass and becomes more calorie dense..

    so i guess what i was saying is, you need to eat bigger quantaties of raw food

  11. POLlyy23 says:

    What?! how do you get a hold of all those bananas? And how do you eat them? im about 6,3 and i get full to the brim on 4 bananas and 2 oranges for breakfast. if im lazy with the cooking i can do the same thing for lunch and dinner and still be able to last all day. whats that? 12 bananas and 6 oranges. throw in a couple of apples and dates for variety and im set. add another banana- orange- apple/date if ive excersized. youre a elite bike rider i know but a whole box of bananas??

  12. POLlyy23 says:

    What?! how do you get a hold of all those bananas? And how do you eat them? im about 6,3 and i get full to the brim on 4 bananas and 2 oranges for breakfast. if im lazy with the cooking i can do the same thing for lunch and dinner and still be able to last all day. whats that? 12 bananas and 6 oranges. throw in a couple of apples and dates for variety and im set. add another banana- orange- apple/date if ive excersized. youre a elite i know but a whole box of bananas??

  13. vickidharris says:

    @andriante Here we go again with how he looks. Lemme ask u a question. Have you ever disected a malnourished little boy to see what his organs look like due to malnourishment. I’ll bet durianrider’s organs(you know the thing that matters here) look totally nourished. Secondly, we need to accept that “nourished” looks externally different on different people. Finally, are u suggesting he eat meat and fat so he can “look” acceptable? umm…WOW

  14. vickidharris says:

    @durianriders my email address is nevermind 7476@yahoo.com. Can u please answer a question for me. How many calories, if eating raw fruit, should i consume to loose weight. I have a history of depression and a few other ailments. I am overweight and tired. And I am so ready to do this. All my life I have gravitated towards fruit. Now I am certain my body knew all along what it needed. Please advise and wanna let u know that i appreciate all u do. One more thing. How much do non athletes eat?

  15. vickidharris says:

    Ive been reading alot of comments posted by people but the one that got me the most was the one about his body looking unnatractive..wow. And thats whats wrong with the world. Its not about how he looks. Its about how he feels, and how he functions. Personally I think he looks average. But with the healthy eating I bet his heart and liver are…well…SEXY!

  16. RawFitChris says:

    YES it is a lot compared to sedentary people but not compared to athletes who eat things like maltodextrin gel and sugar water to get enough calories to to ultra endurance activity. Keep in mind too that FRUIT= the most efficient and highest octane food- means that people can eat less and get more energy than with the Standard American Diet. If Duriander were eating garbage he would need ten thousand calories a day or even more not 5000.

  17. RawFitChris says:

    YES it is a lot compared to sedentary people but not compared to athletes who eat things like maltodextrin gel and sugar water to get enough calories to to ultra endurance activity. Keep in mind too that FRUIT= the most efficient and highest octane food- means that people can eat less and get more energy than with the Standard American Diet. If Duriander were eating garbage he would need ten thousand calories a day or even more not 5000.

  18. RawFitChris says:

    YES it is a lot compared to sedentary people but not compared to athletes who eat things like maltodextrin gel and sugar water to get enough calories to to ultra endurance activity. Keep in mind too that FRUIT= the most efficient and highest octane food- means that people can eat less and get more energy than with the Standard American Diet. If Duriander were eating garbage he would need ten thousand calories a day or even more not 5000.

  19. RawFitChris says:

    @ocergnairb YES it is a lot compared to sedentary people but not compared to athletes who eat things like maltodextrin gel and sugar water to get enough calories to to ultra endurance activity. Keep in mind too that FRUIT= the most efficient and highest octane food- means that people can eat less and get more energy than with the Standard American Diet. If Duriander were eating garbage he would need ten thousand calories a day or even more not 5000.

  20. samusamu says:

    @rite2bcreative by your logic people who cook food still need even more food than he eats because it looses water, nutrients, and calories. in addition they need to drink a lot more water. this may be true, but eating that much food a day does not seem at all sustainable. perhaps part of the problem is not diet but an imbalance of energy and unaligned system that is wasteful of nutrients and energy.

  21. samusamu says:

    @rite2bcreative by your logic people who cook food still need even more food than he eats because it looses water, nutrients, and calories. in addition they need to drink a lot more water. this may be true, but eating that much food a day does not seem at all sustainable. perhaps part of the problem is not diet but an imbalance of energy and unaligned system that is wasteful of nutrients and energy.

  22. samusamu says:

    @rite2bcreative well, i’m not going to claim to be an expert but your logic doesn’t really make sense to me. just for example let’s say that in a cooked diet you should eat one tomato a day. when you cook that tomato some water, nutrients, and calories are all lost from my understanding. so in a raw food diet, without cooking, you maintain all the water, nutrients, and calories. granted it takes more calories to process the nutrients but there are more of everything.

  23. rite2bcreative says:

    @samusamu think about it.. all of that fruit has tons of water content, so you need to eat a lot so you get enough calories.

  24. roottruthseeker says:

    you know your body does look really unattractive. is lance armstrong on the same protocol?

  25. kaji823 says:

    @ocergnairb Most of fruit is water weight. Also, the Mayo clinic for diabetes rates fruit on the unlimited list. Diabetes, like most health problems, is related to nutrition. You can eat all the fruit you want and you won’t have a sugar crash, and you’ll feel great!

  26. j26brown says:

    Hey durianriders, I just recently started the raw 80/10/10 vegan diet. I am 21 and a Rugby player for my University. When Rugby is not in seaosn, I keep a quite rigourous workout routine. However, it isn’t the same as what you are doing. Mine of course incorporates cardio, but not 4 hours. I do 10km runs normally 2-3 times a week and do strength/agility training at the gym in between. I was wondering if you knew what to do to keep muscle mass since for my sport direction it is important.

  27. alickamoso1 says:

    I bet a lotta poor people would love to have those bananas you selfish prick…

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