Web Extras: Pick Your Own Blueberries in Vermont

Written by Sky Barsch on . Posted in Taste of the Landscape, Web Exclusives

In the Summer 2013 edition of Vermont Life, we feature blueberries in our Cooking in Season department. When you try our recipes, Streuseled Blueberry-Mascarpone French Toast or Grilled Quail With Blueberries Two Ways, try making them with blueberries you picked yourself. Here are just some of the many farms where you can pick the blue jewels of summer.

PYO Blueberries by County

Addison
The Last Resort, Bristol

Bennington
The Apple Barn and Country Bake Shop, Bennington 

Chittenden
Adams Berry Farm, Burlington
Covered Bridge Berry Patch, Underhill
Norris Berry Farm, Hinesburg
Owls Head Farm, Richmond
Paul Mazzas Fruit and Vegetable Stand, Colchester and Essex
Sam Mazza Farm Market, Colchester
Willow Hill Farm, Milton

Orange
Cedar Circle Farm and Education Center, Thetford
Ward’s Berry Farm, Strafford

Orleans
Browns Beautiful Blueberries, Craftsbury

Rutland
Liebig Berries, Pawlet

Washington
Fruitlands, Marshfield
Knoll Farm, Waitsfield

Windham
Dutton Farm Stand, Newfane
Dwight Miller and Son Orchards, East Dummerston
Green Mountain Orchards, Putney
Harlows Sugar House, Putney
Scott Farm, Dummerston
The Boyd Family, Wilmington
Whetstone Ledges Farm, Marlboro

Windsor
Moores Orchard, Pomfret
Sunshine Valley Berry Farm, Rochester
Wellwood Orchards, Springfield

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