Agriberry Farm grows premium fruits and berries using safe, sustainable practices. The farm currently grows 18 varieties of raspberries and blackberries, as well as several types of nectarines and peaches. They also grow strawberries, plums and cherries, and more is always in the works!
Agriberry Farm distributes their fruit and that of other family owned and operated specialty crop growers via area 20 area farmer's markets, wholesale and through the farm CSA programs in three regions: Metro Richmond, Northern Neck and Annapolis, MD (details on
Agriberry Farm opened a farm certified kitchen in April 2013, and selection of delicious, high quality fruit jams, preserves and sauces for sale at their markets and through area specialty retailers.Your support benefits our Young Worker Training Program for local first time workers 14-22 years old.

Thank you for your interest in Agriberry Farm, and we hope you will join us and Cultivate a Taste for Life!

Listing last updated on Jan 5, 2021

The Geyers, owners and operators of Agriberry Farm, want to make the health benefits of local fruits and berries more widely available and to create a training venue to help provide summer employment for young area workers, exposing them to information about farming as a lifestyle and career choice as well as their local food supply. As Anne always reminds everyone, be sure to Eat More Berries!

Season:  January through January

Type:  multiple farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  600

Share Prices:  $420 for 20-week April-September Full Season

Work Req?  No

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I bought berries from Agriberry at the Whole Foods Farmer Market in 2009. The berries were always an excellent quality, making for great eating, flavorful jams, and have now been good thawed for winter meals.... [more]

Professionally run organization! Clear, concise communication to members. Wonderful fruits and berries! We wouldn't have bought so many rasberries or so many crisp, tasty apples if we hadn't had a share -- there's just the two of us! -- but we devoured the ones we got. Luscious.

Very nice variety, from spring to early winter. Provides blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, apples, peaches, in a slow march through the seasons. Also has jams, cider, asparagus, broccoli.

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