"Cranberries have grown on my family farm for five generations. There is so much blood, sweat, tears, and love poured over decades to bring the best cranberries for people to enjoy."
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November 17, 2022

"I want to keep the family business going and growing for years to come."

Rochelle talks with our friends at Love Wisconsin about the history of our cranberry farm and why cranberry farming is so important to her.

Read the full article here: https://www.lovewi.com/cranberry/

Rochelle is generation 5 cranberry grower and lives in west central Wisconsin with her husband Nick and two daughters on King Cranberries. She teaches at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and loves to do bee pollinator research with her students. She loves teaching, and cranberries, and teaching people about cranberries! When she’s not working on her doctoral dissertation you can find her in her garden, collecting eggs from the coop, baking with the girls, or going on school visits with Ben the therapy dog. Check out some of her favorite recipes and projects.
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