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Strawberry Season 

Last week, pints and quarts from Adam's Berry Farm in the Intervale started showing up at City Market. Although the berries weren't as sweet as they'll be a bit later in the month, they were complex and delicious...so much nicer than the ones coming in from California, methinks. Adam's is also open for pick-your-own...call 578-9093 for hours.

Like your produce Progressive? I checked in with David Zuckerman, organic farmer and chair of the House Agriculture Committee, about when Full Moon Farm's pick-your-own strawberries would be ready. His response: "The end of this week." Call 863-2199 for specifics.

The Charlotte Berry Farm has also got it goin' on...425-3652

Obviously, this list isn't even close to comprehensive. These are just a few of the places I've gone in the past. For more listings, check out this useful site on pick-your-own products from the Vermont Agency of Agriculture.

 

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