August 28, 2019

Hello! Our blueberry season for 2019 has ended, and we want to thank all of you who supported us this year. Our season typically begins in mid- to late July, and runs for six to eight weeks. Now it's time to glean the plants, take down the nets to let the birds finish whatever berries are left, and fertilize the plants for their growing season.

Several items have been left at the farm, including a sweatshirt, wide-brimmed hat, narrow belt, some containers, and some money that fell under the counter (if you can tell us the exact amount, it's yours; otherwise we'll add it to our Toys for Tots fund). To claim the money, call us at 360-582-1128; all other items will be in the berry stand area for two weeks, after which time they'll be donated.

We hope you enjoy your berries over the winter, as well as some of the yummy recipes in this website. We look forward to seeing you next summer. Thank you for confirming our observation that "only nice people pick blueberries!"

We'll see you in the berry field in 2020. 'Bye!

Welcome to Dungeness Meadow Farm

We are a Certified Organic family farm near Sequim, Washington with a commitment to your well-being. We grow four varieties of blueberries on 2.5 acres, and it is our pleasure to offer an enjoyable U-pick experience to our customers. We encourage you to consider our farm as your source for top quality, great tasting, and healthful blueberries. 229_0.JPG We use only USDA/WSDA authorized practices, amendments and listed products to enhance our farm. I continually research new methods to find a balance in our practices. Our fields are covered with netting, which avoids the issues brought on by birds and other wildlife. (Who could blame them though!) We receive water directly from the Dungeness River. We have great soil and wonderful conditions for optimum healthy fruit. Our kids are the taste testers, quality control techs, and helpers during the harvest.

I (Blueberry Dave) have been interested in organic growing methods since I was a young boy growing up in Edmonds. My neighbors were immigrants who came to America with gardening experience. They did not understand the need to spray chemicals or other additives onto their families’ food. We maintain that same standard for growing wholesome, healthful, luscious food for your table and ours.

Warning: Do not be misled by farms that advertise certified organic status, unless they can provide the certification to back up their claims. Our certificate (updated each year) is posted at our checkout counter, or you can contact the USDA or the WSDA for verification.

We hope you will join the many people who return to Dungeness Meadow Farm each year for their annual supplies of blueberries. We are open several days each week, depending on available fruit. Check this website or call our information number (360-582-1128) after 8 AM to see what’s happening that day.

We look forward to seeing you in the berry field!

Blueberry Dave and Teri