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McBride Briar Berry Patch | Mapleton

Pick your own Raspberries and Blackberries in Utah Valley! My kids and I love PYO (Pick Your Own) farms! Not only is it a great way to teach kids about where our food comes from and how it grows but it's also a great way to support local farmers! I love being able to go to a farm, talk with the owners, learn about their crops and buy the freshest fruits/vegetables! Recently I visited the most darling Berry patch in Utah Valley and trust me, you want to end your Summer break picking buckets of fresh raspberries and blackberries! McBride

Feature Friday | The Mumsy Blog | McBride’s Briar Patch

Meet Michelle Petersen. Mom of 3, wife of one, creator of The Mumsy Blog and a born and bred Utah gal. There are many things Michelle loves, but her current top 5 are Nutella, shopping the dollar aisle at Target, pickles, jeggings, and finding the perfect novelty socks. Currently pregnant with her 4th child, Michelle spends most of her day at home, on the couch. But you can also find her and the various things she’s up to on her website-themumsyblog.com, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and Pinterest. Hi friends! I am so excited to be writing her at The Salt Project
Perry's Berries | Grubbin' | Adventurin' harm Sun, 08/02/2015 - 22:39
We decided a trip out to the country farmland would be the perfect quintessential end of summer activity. I grew up with parents that always had a garden going in the backyard and learned a lot about where food comes from and how to grow and harvest my own food and wanted to pass that along to my kids. There are tons of pick your own fruit farms around Utah, so we did some research and came across Perry’s Berries just outside of Payson, Utah. They were very affordable (only $3 for a full pound of raspberries) and best of
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