WHY WE SHOULD DESTROY BITTER CHERRY TREES!
By Tom Lawrence, FLCG “Fruit Fly Expert” (April 2007)
This shrub/tree is a source of the western cherry fruit fly and very common in the Flathead Valley between Woods Bay and lower Blue Bay.
FLCG ANNOUNCES NEW JUICE PROCESSING FACILITY
A celebration announcing the creation of a juice processing facility, a joint project between Flathead Lake Cherry Growers, Inc., Tabletree Montana, LLC, and Monson Fruit Company of Selah, Washington, was held on March 21, 2016. For more information on the project, download the complete press release below.
FRESH CHERRIES MAY HELP ARTHRITIS SUFFERERS
The USDA Agricultural Research Services reports interesting and useful information about how fresh cherries may provide help to those suffering with arthritis. Link directly to the article by clicking below.
HISTORY OF THE FLATHEAD LAKE CHERRY GROWERS
The history of FLCG has been made available, with the permission of The Bigfork Eagle newspaper, from their copyrighted publication titled “Flathead Lake, from Glaciers to Cherries,” by R. C. Robbin.
You can download this entire chapter outlining the history of the Flathead Lake Cherry Growers. Once downloaded, you can view, store or print it.
GENERAL INFORMATION FLYER ON GROWING SWEET CHERRIES IN THIS AREA AND MARKETING THROUGH FLATHEAD LAKE CHERRY GROWERS, INC.