Though the pawpaw is generally unknown to the American public, it is the largest edible fruit native to the US. The fruit is indigenous to 26 states, from northern Florida to Maine and west to Nebraska. As a much loved fruit, European settlers named towns, creeks, and islands after the pawpaw. Today, pawpaws are primarily eaten in very rural areas, and many Americans are wholly unfamiliar with the fruit. The Pawpaw has a creamy, custard-like flesh with a tropical flavor, which is often described as a combination of mango, pineapple, and banana.
Corvallis-Albany Farmers' Markets operates outdoor farmers' markets that are known for their wide selection of local Willamette Valley organic and conventionally grown fruits and vegetables, cut flowers, nursery plants and herbs. (more...)
Our Cornerstone members have been Teaching, Studying & Practicing Permaculture in Vermont and throughout New England for nearly a decade. (more...)
Cold Springs Farm is a specializes in heirloom and rare varieties, as well as new varieties. The farm is in the NRCS transition to organic EQIP program as well as Certified Naturally grown. The farm is also home to free range chickens, turkeys, and red wattle hogs, and bees!(more...)
In 2012 the Coastside Farmers' Markets celebrate their 10th year of bringing the best of the closest-to-the-market produce from this agricultural rich community to this treasured community based, farmer-driven Market . (more...)
We are a garden which started as a dream of a family orchard. Growing hard-to-find fruits is our main goal, as well as other produce as time permits. Many of our varieties are still maturing, and we are always expanding the scope of what we grow. The garden is operated on city-owned land that we lease. (more...)
Chaos Acres is a small, friendly, family owned and operated farm nestled in the Endless Mountains .Poultry wander the fields along side horses and giggling children. We conservatively utilize green power sources whenever possible,such as Pure "Horse Power" and "God's Electric Company"! (more...)