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200 Years of Cranberry Farming in Massachusetts

South Shore Living Each autumn, cranberry bogs across the South Shore turn a vibrant crimson, ushering in the annual harvest season. The tart little berries are native to New England. The earliest record of cranberry cultivation dates to 1816 when a man named Captain...

Wisconsin Leads Cranberry Production for 22nd Year

WSCGA This fall, Wisconsin’s cranberry industry is once again projected to produce more cranberries than any other state, with an estimated crop of approximately 5.2 million barrels of fruit, according to projections announced today by the U.S. Department of...

Seeing red this summer and fall

Are you making travel plans for this summer and fall? Mark your calendars and schedule some time to attend at least one of the following cranberry festivals taking place in #ucranberries growing regions. Most take place in September and October, but the first one is...

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