Over the years they propagated various plants (named them after the people that brought them to her farm) developing the best of each plant. It is these plants that were later brought to all corners of the world, further developed by others, and created an enormous new market - the blueberry market has tripled in the past decade alone. All the blueberries we buy in the market, whether from New Jersey, California, or even Chile, they all trace their start to New Hampshire! But none of them taste as good as our own wild blueberries that grow on the shores our lakes and the ledges of our mountains.
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|Pear Tree? Meredith Center|
You might think you've been transported to Casco Bay, but no, you may see this right here on Lake Wicwas. And it will provide a great service, helping with water testing, loon protection, and lake conservation. We will miss the steamboat "Lake Wicwas" but this is a worthy replacement! Be sure to wave if you see it go by - maybe you'll get a toot!