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Meet Our Growers

Annie’s Crannies

Nestled in the historic village of Dennis lies a hidden treasure not commonly known to the general public. Down side streets touched by streams of dirt and dust, through arches of beautiful trees and bushes, if you look closely you will see something beautiful, something like stepping back in time. 

Cass Gilmore from Benson's Pond

A Sunday afternoon drive through the scenic backroads of South Middleboro yielded a crimson view around every turn. In the midst of his cranberry harvest, Cass Gilmore agreed to take a few minutes and chat with CCCGA outside his screenhouse at Benson's Pond.

Edgewood Bogs LLC/ Cape Cod Select

At a picnic table under a shady tree with acres of cranberry bogs as a picturesque backdrop, CCCGA recently sat down to chat with James, Jarrod and Patrick Rhodes from Edgewood Bogs LLC and Cape Cod Select.  The three brothers are 4th generation cranberry growers from Carver.

Glen Charlie Cranberries

Tucked off Glen Charlie Road in Wareham are the bogs owned and farmed by Bill and Louise Scott.

Nantucket Conservation Foundation

2016 is the year three generations of Nantucket cranberry-men walked through fire to bring the bogs they’ve worked into the next era. 

John Mason of Tilson Brook Cranberries harvests his bog

As children, few people REALLY know what they want to be when they grow up. That was not the case with John Mason. John knew from a very early age that he wanted to be a cranberry grower.