Rehoboth Blueberry Farm aims to provide economic development in the local community of Hopkins Park and Pembroke township, an historic African American farming community east of Kankakee, Illinois.

Why Rehoboth Blueberries?

 

Eat natural and local.​

 

Blueberries have become one of the post popular - and delicious! - food choices for a healthy diet. The conditions required for growing blueberries make them difficult to grow in many areas. However, the Kankakee Dunes, created by receding glaciers, and the black oak savanna that thrives in the dunes, have created the perfect conditions for local, natural blueberries. Enjoy healthy blueberries that are grown without chemicals and without long-distance shipping. Plus, buying Rehoboth blueberries supports ministries of the church and development in the region.

Rehoboth Blueberry Farm is a nonprofit organization with the goal of supporting the ministries of Rehoboth Mennonite Church and 

economic development for Hopkins Park and Pembroke, IL.

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​Telephone: ​815-944-5594

Email: rehobothblueberryfarm@gmail.com​​

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