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What does OHPIE stand for?

OHPIE stands for Orchard Heritage Park Interpretive Exhibit


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The orchard was designated as Heritage Orchard Park by the Historical Society in 1997. The 10 acre orchard has about 80 trees per acre for a total of about 800 trees. In addition, the Orchard Heritage Park Interpretive Exhibit (OHPIE) was built in 2001 next to the orchard. The open barn-like structure presents interpretive displays of the lives of the orchard workers and the process of cultivating and canning fruit in the first half of the 20th Century.
Babcock said the Bianchi barn is "a perfect complement" to the Orchard Heritage Park Interpretive Exhibit, housed nearby at the Sunnyvale Community Center Arboretum, and the new Sunnyvale Heritage Museum planned for construction at the community center.
Although most of the area's farmland has given way to office complexes and housing developments, one group is dedicated to retaining a small corner of the valley's agricultural past: Sunnyvale's Orchard Heritage Park and Interpretive Exhibit (OHPIE). The organization's preservation efforts will save 10 acres of an operating Sunnyvale orchard. The land, next to the Sunnyvale Community Center, will serve as a park and permanent exhibit, displaying panels of text and photographs on the area's orchard past and its original farming families.