Grandpa's Home Place

Grandpa's Home Place , owned and operated by Jim and Sandee Freese, was established over 100 years ago in 1910 when Jim's grandfather moved to Pogue Flat outside of Omak, WA. It is one of the few pioneer farms still run by the same family. God's grace, sustainable practices, and hard work
have maintained this family legacy.

Jim says, "Our 38-acre family farm grows both organic and "tenderly tended" fruit. We grow about three
acres each of organic Bartlett, Bosc, and D'Anjou pears, and we have 17 varieties of organic heritage apples.

Our four varieties of apples (gala, fuji, granny, and golden), two cherry varieties (Skeena and Staccato),
and remaining pears are "tenderly tended" by farming in a manner that minimizes as much as possible the use of conventional pesticides and uses the softer/organically approved practices whenever possible.

My grandfather also planted older varieties of cherries, apples, and pears, and we grow organically certified
vegetables, all of which are sold by the pound here at the farm.

We have also started doing guided orchard tours by appointment; we love to have people visit our farm so that ae can relate to them that our food is old fashioned quality you can trust and taste!"

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