Mission

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

WE ARE NOT A U-PICK

History

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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!

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Berries back in season!

This week we started back at the farmers markets in St Helena, Santa Rosa and Sebastopol.  Farm stand still not open.

Berries in season now are:
Blueberries - excellent flavor already!
Raspberries - red and a few orange and golden!  The black raspberries are just ripening too!  Picked a few today.
Blackberries - a few ollalie, marion and first crop of cherokee blackberries.
Loganberries - we don't have too many so if you like them don't miss them at the farmers market the next few weeks.
Boysenberries - just starting to ripen. Expect to see a few at the markets towards the end of next week.

Next week, weather permitting, we'll be back at the same markets plus a few more:
Tues - Napa
Wed - Santa Rosa
Thurs- confirmed San Rafael/Marin Civic Center
Fri- St Helena
Sat - Healdsburg and Santa Rosa
Sun - Sebastopol and San Rafael/Marin Civic Center

Look forward to seeing you at the farmers markets.  We'll also announce when the farm stand will in the next week or two.


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