Clark and Lyla initially planted an acre of blueberries and worried about selling all the fruit.
We currently have 9 acres in full production and do not worry about whether we can sell it all as we have amazingly ambitious customers.
It helps that blueberries are a terrific tasty and healthy treat.
All our blueberries are sold on a U-pick basis.
We love our wildlife and try hard to make our farm a place that welcomes nature while still providing blueberries that are pest-free and good to eat.
Every spring we have several fawns born on our property.
There is an abundance of birds including robins, orioles, grosbeaks, cedar waxwings and others who hang out and love our blueberries – but most years they do not eat too much for us to bear.
We have about 50-75 turkeys that roost in our big old trees by the river and help us by keeping diseases down by eating downed blueberries on the ground.
The lower half of our property along the Walla Walla River is devoted entirely to wildlife, including protecting salmon in the Walla Walla River.