agri-tainment on the farm!
Liuzza Produce Farm is excited to offer visitors of all ages an educational and hands on experience where guests will learn all about where our food comes from, how our produce grows from seeds to the food we eat and travels from the farm to grocery stores all over Louisiana.
We've been holding out as long as we could....The Berry Barn is opening a sister venue across the street- The Greenery, at Liuzza Farms, that will be nestled amongst the farmlife! Construction has began and we are EXCITED for all the progress to come!
The Greenery is a greenhouse conservatory for a beautiful indoor ceremony or dance floor with lots of natural lighting, sun panels in the roof, indoor landscaping, brick walls, and did we mention...it's climate controlled. Along the front will be a picturesque outdoor ceremony with white pews and brick aisle. The dining area will include white-washed walls, farmhouse style seating w/ wooden cross-back chairs.
The Greenery will be an all-inclusive venue providing catering from a choice of 3-4 caterers, bar services, as well as décor!
Wow! That was a lot to get off the chest and we hope you are as excited as we are!!
THE BERRY BARN IS DESIGNED FOR YOUR PERFECT, RUSTIC OCCASION!
The Berry Barn is a newly built facility located on our 300 acre strawberry and produce farm. It’s conveniently located in the middle of Tangipahoa Parish right off of Interstate 55 and Highway 51. The Berry Barn is a licensed and insured venue.
“We are very proud of our Family Farm. We understand and appreciate the importance of farmers and how precious they are to our society. Farmers provide us with the food we eat, clothes we wear, the milk we drink and create jobs for many industries. Every year there are less and less family farms. We feel very fortunate to be given the opportunity to welcome you all to our family farm here at Liuzza Land, and honored for allowing us to continue to teach and express the value of local farms and where the produce you see in the grocery stores come from as well as the hard working process of it all . Furthermore, how important it is to keep local family farms up and going, but above all we do it for the farmers.”