Hand Harvested

Organic Vegetables and Berries

About the Club

The U-Pick Club offers the chance to experience more intimately the source of your food. From June to November, Club Members come to the farm on Mondays from 3:45 - 7:00 to harvest their own vegetables, berries, herbs and flowers. Members have access to harvest crates and tools and look for the weekly harvest list once they arrive at the farm stand. No green thumbs or harvest experience necessary! The farmers instruct periodically on how to properly harvest. U-Pick Members experience their food very intimately – to understand the seasons, to see first-hand the work that goes into growing food, and to appreciate and enjoy being connected to the source of their food. Kids are welcome and encouraged to come! A season offers approximately 23 harvests. A single payment of $275 includes Member Fees and 8 harvest visits. Additional harvests cost $25 each. Please contact us with your questions or comments: u-pick@potreronuevofarm.org

Benefits • Gorgeous, nutrition-packed produce, ready to pick • Harvest your own produce, right from the field • Family friendly! • U-Pick flower and herb gardens • U-Pick strawberries and raspberries • Learn what’s in season, all season long • Know where and how your food is grown.

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A Closer Look at the Produce

The greatest opportunity that our U-pick Club allows our members is eating through an incredible range of produce throughout the growing season: more than 40 different crops! Strawberries and spring greens come on early, along with onions, radishes, Japanese turnips, sweet peas and cilantro. Summertime introduces raspberries, squash, basil, green beans and cucumbers. Finally, the warm days of fall transition to dry-farmed tomatoes, potatoes, winter squash, carrots, Brussels sprouts, dry heirloom beans and hardy roots. Like most of our members, you may find that eating exactly what is in season connects you to the land and your environment in a profound way. All U-Pick Members are free to harvest herbs and flowers from our gardens. You might make a bouquet of sunflowers, snapdragons, zinnias and sweet peas. Or gather a few soup herbs such as oregano, thyme, sage and rosemary. Some of our herbs are excellent as a fresh tea: lemon verbena, mint, lemon balm and chamomile.