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The Potter Family has been growing cranberries at Cutler Cranberry Company since 1923, when Guy Potter bought 11 acres of cranberries in Wisconsin. The farm has grown a lot over the last 95 years. Today, 4th and 5th generation family members own and manage 740 acres of cranberries. Fourth-generation owners and brothers, Martin and Brian Potter, are proud that the farm has been part of the Cooperative since its formation in 1930. The brothers and their families love to share their cranberry story with everyone they meet – hosting many elementary school students and other groups on their marsh every year at harvest time. “Cranberry growing is much more than a job; it is truly a way of life,” said 5th generation family member Jessica Rezin, who works full-time at Cutler Cranberry Company and also owns 9 acres of cranberries with her husband, Matt Rezin.