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.
The Southern Foothills Growers proudly present the opening of the Tri-City Tailgate Farmers' Market 2010 on Saturday May 15th from 8 am - 12 pm. The Tri-City Tailgate Farmers' Market is located in the parking lot beside Retro Cinema at the Tri-City Mall. (more...)
Toad Haul Farm is a NOFA-NY certified organic farm located in North Salem (Westchester County) NY. Growers Ellen Casale and Brian Spahr's commitment to organic standards and sustainable soil builing results in produce with a distinct energy and fresh flavor. (more...)
Located between Gettysburg and Carlisle in northern Adams County, Three Springs Fruit Farm has been family owned and operated for over 100 years. (more...)
Inspired by nature - local, organic, seasonal cuisine - from our farm to your table. We offer the diner a rare experience: a distinctive atmosphere, local, organic, seasonal cuisine and a seat with a view of the Potomac River. We rely on sustainable fisheries, local livestock producers and artisan cheese makers as our suppliers. (more...)
The Organic Way is centrally located between Stockton, Nevada, and ElDorado Springs, Missouri. It is run by Myself (Denice) along with my two children Sandra (13) and Cullen (12). We employ 2 full time people to help James and Stacy Ratti, with additional help part time during the growing months. (more...)
We are a small group of dedicated young farmers, living and learning and growing on land in rural Coal Valley, IL, just outside of the Quad Cities proper. (more...)