We are dedicated to growing the most flavorful berries, picking them at their peak and offering them fresh directly to our customers.



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Our family started the farm back in 1986 after purchasing part of the oldest blueberry farm in California - Green Valley which planted the first blueberries in California in 1940. We started with blueberries and over the years expanded to include other berries. For 30 years, we've been dedicated to growing flavorful berries everyone can enjoy. Sabina and Tarcicio Vigil, mom and dad, put all their efforts into making the farm the best berry farm in the North Bay. We believe in clean agricultural practices and became a California Certified Organic Farmer early on. We also sell conventionally grown berries. Each family member is active in contributing to our success - from deciding which berries to plant to selling directly to our customers at local farmers markets in Northern California. It's truly a family owned and run farm!

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Berry Update #4

Check out one of our Menlo Park customers enjoying the blueberries this year.

Mini heat wave expected for this weekend.

Still in season - organic blueberries - remember to pick some up and celebrate National Blueberry Month this July.

Marion blackberries are beginning to wind down their season. We'll have a limited number at the farmers markets this weekend. These make excellent jams and pies!

Cherokee blackberries - we have one more week left to the season. These berries are sweet and juicy!

Triple Crown blackberries - are just starting their season. These berries are true really large and have excellent flavor too!

Boysenberries - we have a few left this weekend as they wrap up their season. These have been excellent this year. Stop by the farmers markets early - they'll go fast!

Farmers markets this weekend:
Fri - St Helena and Cloverdale
Sat - Santa Rosa, Palo Alto, Davis & Healdsburg
Sun - Sebastopol, Menlo Park and Marin/San Rafael

Open at the farm stand with berries and ice cream!

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