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Long Shadow Farm - Byron

We're OPEN for U-Pick Cherries

We're open Thursday, June 3rd thru Sunday, the 6th

for the final weekend!!!

Featuring the dark, sweet, and delicious Lapin cherry.

Open from 8:30am to 4:00pm

No appointment required

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U-Pick Cherries

STARTING THIS YEAR - U-PICK CHERRIES!!!

We are excited to announce that we will offer U-Pick Cherries this year - starting Sunday, May 30th

Only $3.50 per pound for delicious Lapin Cherries!

We'll be open from 8:30am to 4:00pm 

** Please be very cautious entering and exiting our driveway off of Camino Diablo.  

 

***NO LEFT TURN EXITING OUR DRIVEWAY***

U-Pick Rules

In order to comply with Contra Costa County and CDC COVID Guidelines, we will adhere to the following rules to keep our guests safe:

  • Masks required for all visitors over the age of 12

  • We will provide bags for picking

    • No buckets will be provided

  • Please practice social distancing

  • No food or picnicking in the orchard

  • Cash only - exact change greatly appreciated!

  • No climbing or damaging trees

  • Check for ripeness before picking

    • You must buy what you pick

  • No Littering Please

  • Have FUN!

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Long Shadow Farm

The Long Shadow Farm is a 170 acre irrigated ranch in Byron California. Purchased by Jim and Tori Lawrence in 2013, this is the closest irrigated ranch to the East Bay and is endowed with deep, well drained clay soil capable of growing a variety of crops. Water comes from the California Delta by pipeline.

 

The Brentwood/Byron farming area is a small, charming neighborhood growing a large variety of fruits, vegetables, tree crops, and grapes. Brentwood sweet corn is sought after by people all over California, the Brentwood micro climate produces some of the sweetest corn in California. The U-Pick cherry crop is famous and Bay Area residents arrive in Brentwood by the thousands each May to pick these delicious cherries.

What makes this area unique is how farm land is preserved within a suburban environment, surrounded by people and houses yet commercially very productive.

On a typical year Long Shadow farm grows walnuts, cherries, sweet corn, hay and tomatoes.

U-Pick Cherries will be available in late May.  We also offer Oat Hay and walnuts for sale. 

 
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Get in Touch

2001 Camino Diablo, Byron, CA  94514

925-766-1217

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