For three generations Forest Hills Wild Blueberry has been growing and harvesting some of the world’s finest wild blueberries in the Cobequid Hills of Nova Scotia. George’s father and mother began growing wild blueberries in Cumberland County in the early 1950s, and by 1973 George and his father Seddie were developing wild blueberry land together. Today, Carolyn, George, son Klaine, and his wife Heather, carry on this family tradition.
We are an estate wild blueberry farm located at the very northern end of what is known as the Appalachian Mountain range. Our region is recognized as having the soil structure, annual rain fall and long growing season ideally suited for growing wild blueberries. As such, it has become known as Canada’s Wild Blueberry Capital.
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