Strawberry Season has Ended

Unfortunately, we will NOT be open for you pick strawberries on Thursday, June 30th as we originally hoped. There just aren't enough berries out in the field anymore for us to be open. Thank you for those of you who came out to support us this year, despite the less than ideal conditions. We appreciate you! Our farm will be closed to the public until the fall when our next you pick fruit is ripe -- Concord grapes are looking good as of right now and should be ripe sometime mid/late September. We will post details as picking time gets closer. In the meantime, you will be able to find us most Saturday mornings at the Rochester Farmers Market (at the Olmsted County Fairgrounds) from 7:30 am - 12 noon. We will be selling jam, juice, raw honey, naturally dyed yarns, and when available, small amounts of fresh raspberries, blackberries, and elderberries.

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Join us for a Berry Fun Adoption Event

Camp Companion will be at Firefly Berries on Sunday, June 26 from 9 am - 12 noon to share information about their organization, as well as introduce you to kittens, dogs, puppies and cats looking for their furever homes. We will also be doing a bake sale and bucket fundraiser to raise funds for their efforts.

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5542 23rd Street NE

Rochester, MN 55906

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Tonya & Dean Sanner