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Cloud Mountain proves fruit belongs west of the Cascades

Whatcom County Farm Tour stop will highlight the farm's food partnerships

Field Production Assistant Eleanor Byrne picks grapes along the bushes with a basket hooked on her arm.
Field Production Assistant Eleanor Byrne picks a leaf away from a bunch of Lynden blue grapes at Cloud Mountain Farm Center on Tuesday, Sept. 5 in Everson. Cloud Mountain will be part of the Whatcom County Farm Tour on Sept. 16. They grow more than 75 varieties of fruit in their orchards and vineyards and are also a nonprofit education center and nursery, located on 20 acres at the foot of Sumas Mountain. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
EVERSON — On overcast days, Cloud Mountain Farm Center lives up to its name, with low-lying clouds
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