Update/Status:  May 24, 2018

  We could really use some rain about now.  It would help the blueberry plants and apple trees.
   The apple orchard is progressing now with blooming trees.
  
   We will be at the Princeton Farmers market this Saturday (May 26).  Selling syrup baskets and all of our other
    homemade products (jams, and syrups)
 
   We hope to see you at the market.
     

      

     
Employment (Part-time summer)
     
Application   -  Please read over the entire 2nd page before filling out              
       application.
  
       Please mail or drop off at the farm in the box at the front door. 
       Thank you.


Frozen blueberries (last years crop) 4 pound/6 pint vacuum packed bags $20.00.  Pesticide and herbicide free. 

 
   
                            
                                                             
 *****Information about the farm*****
 We have been growing blueberries, apples and raspberries for 31 years.  See our story on the (History link)  We have been selling our fruit off the farm and at the local farmers market for 30 years.  If you don't have a chance to get to the farm, we have our fruit at the Princeton Farmers Market on Saturday, and Isanti Farmers Market on Friday (starting on June 1st).

Bees/natural pollinator information:  We were part of a University of Minnesota Natural Pollinator
study in 2015 and it turns out that our farm has one of the largest natural bee/pollinator populations.

 

  
  Cash, Check or Credit/Debit cards accepted
  
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