Amidst Wyoming’s golden fields and grazing cattle, a lesser-known harvest emerges each year with quiet splendor – fresh produce. Fruits, vegetables, and nutrient-packed microgreens are all grown by green-thumbed locals and often shared at community farmer’s markets. But the state’s rugged terrain and unpredictable weather patterns pose unique obstacles to farming, especially when it comes to cultivating more delicate crops, like berries. Fortunately, Wyoming does have a few berry farms and U-pick patches tucked away! SonHarvest Seasons in Riverton has stood the test of time and is a fantastic place to take the whole family for some good old-fashioned quality time spent raspberry picking.

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Is there anything better than fresh-picked berries in summer or a warm biscuit with homemade jam? We don’t think so! Throw in a raspberry pie a la mode and we’re sold. Give SonHarvest Seasons a follow on Facebook to stay on top of this year’s berry harvest and upcoming special events.

If you know of any local farms, markets, or growers that could use some extra love, nominate them!

For more farm-to-table goodness in Wyoming (and there is a LOT to choose from!), check out this delicious restaurant in Jackson. Or take an extended road trip that not only passes through Riverton but has been rated one of the best in the country

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