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Strawberry Season Begins in Fresno County

Fresno County Strawberry Stands and Local Farmers Markets remain open as essential businesses

Fresno County Strawberry Stands are now open for business, featuring fresh picked strawberries and other local produce. Fifteen Strawberry Stands are part of the Fresno County Fruit Trail, along with additional farm stands and farmers market, with location information available at www.gofruittrail.com (Stand locations are marked with a Strawberry on the Fruit Trail Map)

Several farm stands and farmers markets featured on the Fresno County Fruit Trail are open year round. Seasonal farm stands and farmers markets are expected to open for business over the next 4-6 weeks, when harvest season begins for stone fruit and other berries.

During the current Emergency Order, suggested practices for farm stand customers include: wear a mask, keep safe spacing at least 6 feet away from others, don’t touch produce unless purchasing, don’t sample produce at the stand, purchase produce and go limiting time at the stand, and wash produce upon returning home.

The Fresno County Fruit Trail is a cooperative public private partnership that includes information on over two dozen farm stands and six farmers markets offering local produce and agricultural products. Fresno County Fruit Trail maps featuring the Strawberry and other farm stands can be found at www.gofruittrail.com. Harvest and fresh fruit availability updates will also be posted on twitter @gofruittrail.

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