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The May Family are proud Ocean Spray cranberry growers in British Columbia, Canada. A farming family since the 1800’s, Duncan May and his five sons planted their first cranberries in the early 1960’s and, soon after, joined the Ocean Spray Cooperative. Together, the Mays’ 200 farms cover nearly 2,000 acres, delivering several hundred thousand barrels of cranberries annually. What’s most unique about the Mays’ marshes is that they are all located within a one-mile radius of each other in an urban setting. As they enter their 5th generation of farming and 3rd generation growing cranberries, the Mays continue to be important leaders in the cranberry industry.