Carolyn DeMoranville

Extension associate professor, director, UMass Cranberry Station

cranberries, sustainable agriculture, water quality, speakers bureau

Phone: (508) 295-2212


Carolyn DeMoranville is an expert on the cultivation of cranberries. Her research focuses on environmental sustainability issues and expanding uses of the fruit as well as the history of the cranberry as a food crop from pre-European Massachusetts to the present.

She is the second generation of her family to hold the title of Director of the UMass Cranberry Station, after her father, Irving DeMoranville, held the position in the 1980s and 90s.