We at Diamond Acres Farm were very pleased to celebrate our 20th year in 2010. The owner, Sue Williams is the ninth generation farmer in Cassopolis. For us growing food is both a calling and a spiritual act. What we do not grow we buy from local farmers. This allows us to reap the rewards of living and farming in Southwestern Michigan. We open in early May offering our daily picked asparagus as well as perennials. As the growing seasons change we offer whatever is ripe locally. Strawberries, raspberries, to sweet corn, peaches, melons an on, an on. We also sell locally produced honey, maple syrups and soaps. The summer of 2010 we decided to try a upick cut flower garden. We have been selling bouquets for years but thought we would try a different angle. We had a wonderful time watching the butterflies and playing with the flowers. Although not many chose to pick their own, we had enough fun to expand the garden this year. The new idea for 2011 is we have decided to try selling some of the newer landscape plants that are smaller and hardier then some early varieties. The other new project for 2011 is hosting ''United Ways Arts On The Farm''. For those who enjoy picking their own produce we do encourage both raspberry, and pumpkin picking. Please check out our Web site for more information.