We are following CDC and Virginia Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services recommendations for your safety and ours, regarding COVID-19.
Masks not required for those vaccinated. Masks strongly recommended for those yet to be vaccinated, or if they just make you more comfortable.
We (Joel and Holly) are happily vaccinated.
Maintain distance in the field and at least 6′ apart under checkout tent.
Only persons weighing and paying under tent.
Utilize hand sanitizer or sink before entering field to pick.
Pick into our buckets only. Transfer to your containers to transport blueberries home.
Buckets are sanitized after each use and include liner bags for easy check out.
Hard surfaces are sanitized regularly (tables, scales, port-o-let handles and seats).
As always, no dogs, sorry.
Don’t walk along picking at eye level. Lots of berries within the branches and “down low.”
You’ll pick way more berries in less time by staying focused on one bush at a time. Make it your mission to get all of those ripe blueberries!
Early birds gets the most berries. Showing up at 11:00 a.m. on a busy day may be disappointing (hundreds of pounds of ripe berries have already left the farm).
A huge “thank you” to all our pickers from 2020 – you were wonderfully cooperative and supportive in a difficult time.