Blueberries

Pick-your-own, pre-picked, frozen and wholesale

The crop is peaking the first week of August. This means tons of large, sweet organic berries and fast picking throughout the patch.

To pick this year, you will need a Season Pass or Day Pass to the farm. Season Pass holders can start picking at 8 pm. Everyone else can buy a Day Pass and pick starting at 10 am.  This will allow us to keep the number of people low and ensure a safe environment. Day Passes may be purchased at the farm stand on the day of your visit.

Specials this week: Pick a flat (8 quarts) or more and get 10% off! Or, for every 4 quarts you pick for us, take one home for free.

We will be following the recommended guidelines for health and safety from the state.

  • Face masks when you come to the farm. Our staff will also be wearing them.
  • You must register that you are here at the farm stand, and a staff member will show you an area to pick that you will have for yourself or your family group. Spacing will be one person or family group per 200 square feet.
  • We will have a hand sanitizer station you must use before picking.
  • While you are waiting to access the farm stand and start picking, please maintain at least 6 feet from all other customers and staff. We will have chairs in the shade, or you can wait in your car.
  • Please do not bring your own containers. We will have free pint and quart berry containers you can pick into and take home.
  • State guidelines say strictly no grazing in the patch this year! We ask you to decide whether you think your child can handle picking and not putting fingers in mouths. Generally, we discourage children under age 6 in the blueberry patch, but they may explore the property with the close supervision of an adult. Babies in carriers are fine.
  • We will not be having Blueberry Sundays this year.
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We grow eight varieties of certified organic highbush blueberries on a breezy hillside overlooking the valley. We also sell pre-picked blueberries, raspberries and other fruit in our farm stand daily. Blueberries are excellent fresh or baked, are easy to freeze, and are one of the healthiest superfoods you can eat.

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We are 0.7 miles from Route 100 in the village of Waitsfield, and easy to find. We are at 700 Bragg Hill Road Fayston Vermont. Map us

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We are open for picking and pre-picked blueberry orders every day from July 10 to late August. It’s good to contact us to confirm picking conditions. We occasionally get picked out or close due to heavy rains.

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Our hours for picking are 8 am to 6 pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Sundays 8 am – 3 pm. We are closed on Mondays.

Our Other Berries & Fruits

Around the berry fields are many other small fruit plantings that make up our edible landscape and permaculture gardens. You’ll find Vermont Beauty heirloom pears, Japanese plums, red and champagne currants, sour cherries, elderberries, hardy arctic kiwis, and many heirloom cider apples. In our farmstand, you can buy them fresh or as yummy value-added products such as chutneys, ice-pops and juices as harvest and season allow.

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