Spring Cherries 2
In the fall, the general public can visit Cherry Hills and pick their own fruit. They quickly learn that farms and family go hand in hand.
“My family can work together. And you know, it's okay! We can be tougher and our kids can learn how to work hard. It's something that will stick with them the rest of their life not only here on the farm but forever. This is awesome, so it's giving them opportunities that they wouldn’t have otherwise. Working on the farm together as a family is one of the biggest blessings and draws to keep farming. It's something we enjoy and love and together makes it better for us. My name is Maurina Rowley and I'm here at Cherry Hill Farms. We are still farming because it's the best thing for us as a family as well as for our world,” said Rowley.