Don’t arrive late because farms are ripe for the apple picking. Here’s a list of family-owned farms on the North Shore and in Merrimack Valley focused on fresh apples and family fun.
Crisp, cool air, pies baking in the oven, warm cider, fuzzy sweaters and brightly colored leaves falling from the sky are just a few of New England’s autumn charm. Don’t forget the most time-honored tradition of being a New Englander: apple picking. These are Boston’s best places to go apple picking.
Strawberry picking is a great activity for the whole family. Here’s a guide to some of the best strawberry picking in the area.
A popular farm in Ipswich has lost a valuable member: “Big Boy” the pig.
Russell Orchards in Ipswich is beautiful this time of year. But something’s missing: a very large pig. WBZ’s Carl Stevens reports.
The Massachusetts coast provides a perfect climate for grape-growing, allowing the area to give birth to a number of vineyards and wineries. Heck, it’s the reason Martha’s Vineyard got its name.