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2022 Season Review

2022 was a whirlwind of a year at Wildberry. There was something going on every weekend on the farm, a few bumps in the road, but overall this season was full of fun Farm Events, Workshops, and a ton of Field Markets! Read on to see how the year went.

On a gorgeous late April evening we welcomed our community to spend An Evening on the Farm with us in the Field Market Field to kick off the 2022 season and support a wonderful community-based non-profit, The Wellness House of Annapolis.

We also released the Rise and Shine line this spring. This line of merch was super special to us because the silhouette of the rooster is created from a picture we took of Mr. Speckles who we sadly lost this spring to a fox attack. We were so happy we could honor him through this line!

With a rainy start to the season, the Field Market Opening Day was pushed back a whole week and a day from Saturday, May 7th to Sunday, May 15th. This season the Field Market ran every Saturday May-November. We hosted over 160 local small businesses on a rotating basis this season, met so many new friends and welcomed back a ton of old friends to the farm!

In June we introduced you to Hyacinth + Daffodil, the start of our dairy goat herd!

In July, we had our first Farm to Table Dinner of the season along with Chef Adrienne Shoots of Graze Gourmet. We hosted these dinners twice a month on Friday evenings July through October.

In August the Trailer Chicks finally went out into one of our larger fields to start their free ranging journey. Not long after we got our first egg!

In September we hosted our third annual Flower Crown Workshop. Guests of the workshop created beautiful flower crowns out of flowers grown here at Wildberry, then had their pictures taken by the amazing Megan Evans Photography!

Our fall line this season was our "Meet me at the Farm" line. Long sleeve T-shirts perfect for chilly fall days, and our favorite Wildberry beanies made their return again this fall!

This holiday season we were so excited to expand our Holiday Line to include three different sized tree toppers, nativities, caddies, and three different sized trees, all made from Tobacco Sticks that were used on our farm up until the 1980s!

We ended the season with the popular Vintage Christmas Market on 12/10 and 12/17. This year featured a light tunnel that lead to Santa, live music on the 10th, free holiday balloons by Clementine the Clown, and 30 unique and different small businesses each date!

This year was both amazing and hard in so many ways, but you all, our community, continued to show up for us in so many ways. We are yet again humbled by your constant love and support of us, the farm, and the whole Wildberry community. We can't wait to see what 2023 has in store!

A special thank you to Megan Evans Photography for being the official Wildberry photographer again this year. Megan works so hard to capture all of our most special moments on the farm. These are images we will cherish forever!

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