Welcome to White Pine Berry Farm
We want to inform you about a new insect problem - a fruit fly that came into the U.S. in 2008, and has infected our raspberries. For the first time, we sprayed an insecticide called Grandero It is a new Organic-certified Insecticide, that is relatively safe on bees.
When you come for your next raspberry-picking visit, we will do our best to explain how to pick the best berries. Hope to see you soon. Thanks, Greg at White Pine
Our goal at White Pine Berry Farm is to grow high quality fruits and for visitors to enjoy the beautiful countryside.
The rolling hills and valleys add to the unique charm, along with the whispering rush of the breeze flowing through the white pines.
White Pine Berry Farm started in April 2012. Strawberries, raspberries (red, black and gold) are available. Other fruits and vegetables such as currants, rhubarb, asparagus, and some fruit trees should be ready in the summer of 2014.
Plans are to continue adding more, including plum and pears, along with more varieties of strawberries and raspberries. We will concentrate on being a U-pick fruit farm, but plan on having jams and jellies available soon too.
White Pine Berry Farm is owned and operated by Greg and Irma Zwald. After 40 years in the dairy farm business, they decided to begin a new chapter in life and White Pine Berry Farm was born.
Married since 1982, Greg and Irma have three grown children, Tanya, Stephanie (and husband Jason), and Andrew. Greg grew up in Minnesota and Wisconsin, but Irma grew up in El Salvador, and has lived in the U.S. since 1980. Currently, she works part-time at the Baldwin hospital, as a medical assistant and Spanish interpreter.
Tue, Thu: 9am - 5pm (open for seasonal produce)
Sat: 10am - 5pm (open for corn mazes and produce)
Sun: 1pm - 5pm (open for corn mazes and produce)
Available by appointment as well