We know that food grown on healthy land with healthy farming is healthy food. We act as stewards of this land, caring for its health to support yours.
Harvold Berry Farm was started in 1950's under Harvold Farms and continues as a 3rd generation family farm growing not only strawberries and raspberries, but also sweetcorn, pickling cucumbers, green beans, squashes, pumpkins, and sunflowers. We will be adding in additional u-pick crops check back often for more information.
Our farm is U-pick and ready picked sweetcorn; you will not be gleaning behind commercial pickers. Strawberry varieties are Puget Crimson and Mary’s Peak. Raspberries variety is Tulameen.
Harvest Time for strawberries is mid-June through first week of July. Strawberries are usually very plentiful in beginning of season. Raspberry harvest approximately first week of July until mid-August and are often picked out early in the day. Arrive in morning or check Facebook before you drive out.
Mid August our veggies start this includes green beans and pickling cucumbers. Sweetcorn is ready picked that morning for purchase at farm stand on farm. Our sunflowers will start blooming late August into early October with sunflower seed head available mid October.
Our farm is not organic; we use conservative pest management to assure a healthy and bountiful crop and we use the mildest, least toxic products that we can in order to achieve a good, healthy crop. We adhere to all USDA guidelines, rules and regulations.
If you want to know more about what chemicals we may be using go to WSU Extension website and search for type of crop.