Organic blueberries and lavender farm. Open in June or July by appointment only.
Strawberries will be available for picking in late April or early May. Their produce stand will open for the season the last week of June. Check their Facebook page for exact dates.
Summer hours: Monday through Thursday, 2 PM until 7 PM; Friday, noon until 7 PM; Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays from 10 AM until 5 PM.
Fall hours: Friday, noon until 7 PM; Saturday and Sunday, from 10 AM until 5 PM.
Note: In the summer, they may close earlier than the specified time if they run out of corn.
April through mid-June, their farm store is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 AM until 6 PM (check their website or Facebook page for specific dates).
From mid-June through late December, the farm store is open from 9 AM until 5 PM (check their website or Facebook page for specific dates). During the same period, their play area and corn maze are open on weekends from 9 AM until 6 PM, and by appointment on weekdays.
Open by appointment. They also sell at one or more farmers markets.
Open for blueberries in June.
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Here are additional details about some of the categories:
CSA stands for Consumer-Supported Agriculture — a plan whereby you purchase a share of the harvested goods. It is like a subscription service. Products vary by farm, so please check their details. Other farms sell in bulk, such that you may agree to buy a whole or partial cow or pig, and it is made available to you once butchered.
A place where several farms offer their products for sale. Many are closed during the cold months of the year. Also known as a Farmers’ Market — we’re going with the simple plural, but if you prefer plural possessive that’s fine by us.
A farm that offers such things as hay rides, corn mazes, petting zoos, etc.
This category is not for the large national chains, but rather highlights local grocery stores and small markets that typically feature local goods.
CSF stands for Consumer-Supported Fisheries — a plan whereby you purchase a share of the harvested goods. It is like a subscription service.
A place where you can pick your own fruits, vegetables, herbs, etc. Also known as “U-pick” or “Pick It Yourself.”