That’s what the Haines family has been doing in the Pine Barrens since 1890, when
Martin L. Haines first began harvesting his bogs in Hogwallow, just south of Chatsworth.
- What we do: grow high quality berries at a low cost.
- What we have: pride, integrity, and commitment.
- Where we are: the Pine Barrens of southern New Jersey, where we’ve been using what is there–the native fruit, the sandy soil, and abundant water–to build a successful business and help preserve one of the largest areas of undeveloped wilderness in the United States.
A great deal happens on a cranberry farm after the harvest is done; we plan to show you the rewards of farming in the pines year-round, and hope you’ll come to love the land and community as much as we do.