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The Grygleskis of Wisconsin love growing cranberries – and they have been doing it for three generations! Brother and sister, Ed A. Grygleski and Mary Klouda, own and operate their marsh, Valley Corporation, part of the Ocean Spray family since 1954. Their grandfather, Edward W. Grygleski, purchased the farm in the early 1950’s and passed it down to their father, Ed J. Grygleski. Mary and Ed A.’s father had a passion for agriculture and started working on cross breeding to create a better fresh fruit variety. Expanding upon their father’s legacy, the siblings grew the farm from 100 acres to 240 acres, with 95% being the family’s own hybrids. Amongst Ed J.’s seven grandchildren, there’s hope that some will continue the tradition as the next generation of Grygleski cranberry farmers!