America’s Superfruit: Growing and Harvesting Cranberries in North America

Growing cranberries in bogs throughout North America has always been valuable to harvesters, but the cranberry business has made this small fruit even more valuable.

America's Founding Fruit
In "America's Founding Fruit," Susan Playfair examines the cranberry, one of three cultivated fruits that are native to North America, tracing its history, origins and importance through the centuries, and then explores how it will handle present day's warming climate.
Cover courtesy University Press of New England