Sheboygan tomato

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The Sheboygan tomato has been grown since the early part of the 20th century in Sheboygan, Wisconsin by Lithuanian immigrants. It is a 4-6 oz. paste fruit that is good fresh or for canning. The Sheboygan's strong flavor is similar to other heirloom varieties rather than paste tomatoes. It has a nice complex flavor and great balance of sweetness and acidit

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Johnson's Backyard Garden

  Austin, TX

Voted "Best Local Farm" by the Austin Chronicle! We started our farm in East Austin in 2004 with a 30x50 foot "Backyard Garden." Since then, our small family-run CSA has grown to become the most popular community-supported, 100% certified organic farm in Texas! (more...)


Invincible Summer Farms

  Southold, NY    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Invincible Summer Farms specializes in growing rare, unique, and endangered heirloom and open pollinated vegetables, herbs and flowers. Our seasonal produce is available direct to consumers via CSA and an on-site farmstand, as well as heirloom seedlings in the spring. (more...)


Hansen Family Farm

  Canby, OR

**Grass-Fed Beef ** Pastured Poultry ** Farm Fresh Eggs ** Pastured Pork** ** Heirloom Vegetables ** Fruits ** Heirloom Nuts** (more...)


Grinnell Heritage Farm

  Grinnell, IA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Grinnell Heritage Farm is a USDA certified organic farm owned and operated by Andrew and Melissa Dunham. Andrew is a 5th generation Iowa farmer. The 80 acre farm, located northeast of Grinnell, has been in the family for over 150 years. (more...)


Good Earth Farm

  Oakfield, WI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Enjoy fresh seasonal produce picked at its peak through the Good Earth farm CSA. We are a family-owned certified organic farm. Our practices are to farm responsibly and, as we call it, live lightly on the Earth. (more...)


Full Cellar Farm

  Gresham, OR    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Full Cellar Farm specializes in growing vegetables for preservation or storage. Crops include beets, pickling cucumbers, canning tomatoes, tomatillos, potatoes, cabbage, and winter squash. Customers can buy vegetables in bulk amounts to suit their canning and preserving project needs. (more...)