hang on!

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…vast amounts of haskap berries still hang on to their bushes on August 25th, 2017…these berries are slightly softer than at the beginning of the season, but are still quite turgid and are flavourful and sweet…pictured above are Borealis plants where we removed the netting yesterday from the entire orchard and are letting it dry for a couple of days before packing it away…this netting has lasted six seasons although is mostly worn out…we will pack it away and evaluate it next year and perhaps use it again in conjunction with new netting for even greater protection…

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6 weeks in…

…and we are still harvesting haskap…and there is no end in sight when it comes to berries hanging onto the plants…they have lost some of their firmness but are still quite good…sweet…savoury…juicy…full…heat and high wind have done nothing to deter them from still calling out to us…’come and eat!’…

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…and our dwarf sour cherries are now succulent, hanging en masse, easily harvested, and running riot on our tongues!

…we froze 60, 6 cup bags of haskap berries, which will be sent off later today to recipients, free of charge…

twenty eight gallons…

…picked, washed, cleaned, bagged, and frozen yesterday…on their way this morning to privately supporting those who have less access…all for free…all from hearts of compassion…workers who set their lives on hold to meet the needs of others on their terms…