Hi I don't post here as often as I used to, but I just saw this post. I grew up on a fruit farm in SW Michigan, and my sister and her husband currently own the farm now. My sister has a fruit stand right off the Coloma exit 39 of I-94, and she also has upick apples until October 30. She is not certified organic, but she uses IPM on her farm. It is just really hard in Michigan to grown 100% fruit. Blueberries are easier to grow organic, as I believe raspberries are too. Peaches and cherries are almost possible to grow organic here, because it is too humid. With apples, some years you get fantastic looking organic apples, and some years you don't. I personally know of one certified organic grower in Michigan, but he has a small operation, and I am not sure if he has upick. The farm is named Earth First, and they sell at some of the farmer's markets in the Chicago area. Their farm is located I believe in Berrien Center, which is right next to Berrien Springs where Andrews University is located.
My sister's upick is located down the road from her fruit stand, and you can get directions to it by stopping at her fruit stand. Her upick is only open on Saturday and Sunday until October 30. Several people here have visited her fruit stand and upick, and have said positive things bout it. Here is the link to her website, if you want further information.http://fruitacresfarms.com/
Hope this helps, Nancy