Fresno County Fruit Trail

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The Fresno County Fruit Trail is just a quick trip away from Old Town Clovis. With its grand opening coming up on Wednesday, May 21st, now is the perfect time to plan your day trip!

As of May 13, 2014, Peaches, apricots, cherries, strawberries, blueberries and more are available on the Fruit Trail. The ongoing drought, unseasonable warm winter and early spring have had a big impact on the Fresno Country crops so many fruits, including apricots and cherries, may be in shorter supply this year. Fruit Trail farmers are working hard to help keep on-farm prices lower than traditional outlets, however prices this year may fluctuate, reflecting increased production costs, such as water and energy.

The self-guided tour through California’s agriculture heartland was created through a partnership between the elected and civic leaders and the farmers in Eastern Fresno County. The Fruit Trail celebrates the beauty, flavor and culture of this region. You can enjoy orchards full of ripe fruit literally bursting with flavor, all from the number one agricultural area in the world!

Fruit Trail organizers include Fresno County and the Cities and Chambers of Commerce of Clovis, Fowler, Kingsburg, Reedley, Sanger, and Selma. You can check out their web site directly at gofruittrail.com.

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