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

Thank you to everyone, and the the bees, rain, sun and soil that made 2019 such a successful berry season. We have prepared the orchards for winter and they will rest until pruning begins in March.

We have frozen organic blueberries and our jams for sale at the Thanksgiving Market in Waitsfield and by special order. Our farmstand is now closed for the season. We’ll see you in the spring!


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.


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


Our You-Pick Orchard is open daily 8am-6pm from early July until late-August. It’s good to contact us to confirm picking conditions. We occasionally get picked out or close due to heavy rains.


Our blueberry picking is very kid-friendly. In order to help us maintain a family-friendly atmosphere, we ask that you please leave your pets at home. Thank you.

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.

Certified Organic

We now have our own organic raspberries in 5 varieties, including black and yellow. These are for sale pre-picked in the farm stand, July – Sept.

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