Our regular hours are 10AM-6PM, weather permitting.
We still have blueberries to pick but after five weeks many are starting to go soft. Pickers will have to be careful to gather only the firm ones. We think the blueberry season will probably be over by some time early next week.
The fall raspberries are starting to ripen and the first pickers in will get a good number of really nice, large berries each day. They should be ripening in larger numbers by next week. They will continue through September and even into October, and judging by the way the buds are forming it looks like it will be an excellent crop. Summer raspberries have passed by.
See you at the farm!
We have raw honey, jam, and maple syrup for sale and we can ship you these products. (All ingredients in the jam are certified organic save for the Pomona’s fruit pectin–made from lemon peel–and the honey is raw and unfiltered, and the bees are kept well away from any spraying or GMO crops, although none of them are certified organic). Please write to us using the contact page or to email@example.com and let us know what you would like.