Certifying Low-bush Blueberries

If organic low-bush blueberry certification is all you seek, you are on the right page. Below is everything you will need to apply, including a farm plan just for this unique Maine crop.

Be sure to read our guidance documents, all of which are located in our Practice Manual.  You can learn more about record keeping for organic wild blueberry production here. If you would like to apply online, please contact our office. If you prefer, you can receive a paper application packet. Call 568-6030 or email us at: certification@mofga.org.

Because of the seasonal nature of this work and because we cannot issue a certificate for a crop after it is harvested, we cannot accept applications after June 1, 2024.

  1. Producer Information
  2. Blueberry Farm Plan
  3. Material List
  4. Field History Form
  5. Landowner Affidavit
  6. Organic Producer Endorsement
  7. Fee Schedule
  8. Explanation of Cost Share Programs (instructional)
Please email a PDF of your application to: certification@mofga.org or you may mail your paper application to: MOFGA Certification, PO Box 170, Unity, ME 04988. Fees and a completed fee sheet must accompany your application. 

Fees can be mailed in (checks payable to MOFGA Certification) or you can pay through our secure online portal

If you have questions about certifying low-bush blueberries, please call
Jaco Gardei at 568-6037 or email her at jacomijn@mofga.org.  She will be happy to assist you.

Thank you for choosing MOFGA Certification Services.

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