Certified Organic Blueberries since 1977 at Pleasant Hill Farm

In 1976, John and Joan established Pleasant Hill Farm and began growing organic fruit. Recently, they have added an organic strawberry patch and a peach orchard. Every March, they celebrate spring by tapping their maple trees and boiling down hundreds of gallons of sap to make maple syrup.

One of their favorite mottos is “blessed to be a blessing”, and their hope is that when visitors spend time at Pleasant Hill Farm, they will be refreshed spiritually and nutritionally.

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Already we are seeing hints of red on the swamp maples and dogwood trees. By the end of next week, we hope to activate the buttons on our webpage so that folks can once again order blueberries. At this time, we plan to ship on September 15th. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago  ·  

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We will have you pick open on Saturday, August 1 from 9-5. The berries cost $2.50# and please remember that we accept only cash or checks. Both Rubles and Jersey are ripe and ready to fill your buckets. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago  ·  

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If you wish to hear about life on Pleasant Hill Farm, listen to Joan’s podcasts featured on WMUK and Michigan Public Radio.