California’s strawberry farms are getting new names.
The Mendocino Strawberry Farm was renamed Strawberry Farm in March after a new strawberry farmer was hired.
The farm, located near the village of Roseville, was previously called the Ranch, Strawberry, and Strawberry Farm.
The new name, said Steve Lassiter, was inspired by the song “I Feel Good” by Justin Timberlake.
Lassiter said he has been working on the new name since September.
The strawberry farmers were originally located on a farm near the town of Mendocina.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) said in a news release that the new strawberry farm name was a result of a “long-standing collaboration between the California Strawberry Commission and the Mendocinians.”
“This is a very significant day for our community and the Strawberry Commission, and I look forward to welcoming the new Strawberry Farm into our family,” CDFA Secretary Mark L. Korte said in the release.
The Strawberry Commission is a nonprofit organization that regulates and regulates the state’s strawberry farming industry.
Larson said the strawberry farm will now be called Strawberry Farm for two years.
It’s also changing its name to Lavender Farm.