Cranberries

State’s Cranberry Marshes Becoming More Sustainable, Study Says

A six-year effort by Wisconsin cranberry growers to become more involved in conservation programs and to improve water quality has led to more sustainable marsh land, the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association announced today. Wisconsin... more »

Area Cranberry Farmers the New Faces of Juice

Some local families are now the faces of one of Wisconsin's largest industries, cranberries. WEAU-13 NewsClick here to read the rest of the story. more »

Quinn is honored with Cape Cod Cranberry Growers’ Association “Scoop Award.”

The Cape Cod Cranberry Growers' Association has presented state Rep. John Quinn with the “Scoop Award” during its 21st Annual Winter Meeting. Raynham CallClick here to read the rest of the story. more »

Ocean Spray Work Behind Schedule

Work on Ocean Spray's mega development near Rogersville is behind schedule, but the cranberry giant will still manage to plant more than 100 acres this spring. New Brunswick Business JournalClick here to read the rest... more »

New Cranberry Farm Planned

A British Columbian cranberry grower hopes to start construction of a major cranberry operation near this community south of Bathurst as soon as this spring. New Brunswick Business JournalClick here to read the rest of... more »

Weather Took Toll on Wis. Apple, Cranberry Crops

Last year wasn't a good year for Wisconsin's apple and cranberry growers. BusinessWeekClick here to read the rest of the story. more »

Bog Sanding an Integral Part of Producing Cranberries

Winter ice is an important tool for the cranberry grower. It provides the best opportunity for sanding, an integral part of cranberry growing and nourishing of the bogs. Cape Cod ChronicleClick here to read the... more »

UAF to Study Invasive Sweet Clover

The University of Alaska Fairbanks has received a $493,000 federal grant to study the impact of invasive white sweet clover on blueberry and cranberry bushes. KTUU FairbanksClick here to read the rest of the story. more »

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