Morrill Mountain Fruit Farm in South Strafford, Vermont grows all the blueberries, currants and raspberries that are used to make Morrill Mountain jellies, preserves, and coulis.
The farm was founded in 2006 on the base of Morrill Mountain's north slope to honor the memory of Dana Stone Clarke, Jr.
Dana loved berries, and as a family, we spent many hours picking, eating and making jam. We enjoyed every minute of that family time.
Our berry bushes love Morrill Mountain's warm sunny days, cool nights and clean water. On the Farm, we use only organic methods to grow quality fruit in a pristine Vermont environment. We hand pick the berries at their peak, combine them in small batches adding only natural ingredients to make the absolute purest, tastiest preserves on the planet. Bright with flavor, the sweet ambrosia can transport you from spreading preserves on a scone in the dead of winter to a sunny, breezy summer day. Indulge and enjoy, knowing that your pleasure also extends a helping hand.