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.
We use sustainable, nature-friendly practices to grow USDA Certified Organic vegetables, herbs, wine grapes, apples and more in the heart of the Bluegrass.(more...)
We are a small highly diversified USDA certified organic vegetable farm located in Southern Maryland. We grow 90 varieties of delicious, fresh vegetables, herbs and fruit from March through December. Our locations: "BAE" Farmers' Market Home Grown Farmers' Market The Good Earth Natural Foods Co in Leonardtown (more...)
We are a family farm that has been raising pigs, dairy goats, and chickens for our own consumption. We are now at a point where we have extra to sell! We currently offer: Pork Goat Eggs Whole Chicken Coming 2014: Rabbit We are located on a beautiful twenty acre plot 10 miles from Hwy 56/ 59 intersection south of Lawrence. (more...)
Since 2002, Salamander Springs Farm has produced market crops without tillage, fertilizers or pesticides. This farm & homestead was created from scratch by developing & recycling local resources, energy & nutrients. (more...)
Now we are connecting farmers to consumers at two Saturday (year-round) markets--one at Sunset Valley and one at Republic Square Park downtown. There is also the Wednesday (year-round) at the Triangle. (more...)
Roundabout Farm sits on 76 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Keswick, Virginia. Just minutes east of Charlottesville, Roundabout Farm grows produce and cut flowers using sustainable and environmentally friendly practices. (more...)