Wild blueberries make yummy pies and jams. But frost, little rain, and sickness hit Maine this year.
Its wild blueberry harvest was small. But farmers were happy to pick all the blueberries they could.
Read More: Have you read Blueberries for Sal? A little girl and her mommy went picking wild blueberries in Maine. But Sal had trouble concentrating on picking. She liked eating better. Maine’s farmers grow most of the United States’ wild blueberries. Frost came in late spring. That killed buds. Little rain fell. And many berry-picking workers caught the coronavirus. At least bears were not a problem! Sometimes crops are not as large as we would like. But Psalm 85:12 reminds us, “Yes, the Lord will give what is good, and our land will yield its increase.”