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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Flint River Farm

  Flint, MI

Flint River Farm is an urban educational farm located just south of downtown Flint. We strive to provide our community with the freshest, healthiest and best food around. 2014 will be our fourth CSA season opening up with 25 available shares. We can also be found every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at the Flint Farmers Market. (more...)


Field Day Farms

  Bozeman, MT

Currently not an active farm.(more...)


Eilert's Acres-CSA Vegetable Farm

  Plymouth, WI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Please join us for the 2014 CSA growing season! Our farm is a small, family run farm dedicated to naturally grown methods, providing fresh, vine ripened vegetables, fruits and herbs, free of harmful chemical pesticides or herbicides. We use NON-GMO seeds and proud to be a small vegetable farmer. (more...)


Dukes Farm

  Skandia, MI

Dukes Farm is a small, family-run operation on 40 acres in Skandia Township, about 20 miles southeast of Marquette, Michigan. Vegetables are grown on about 4 acres. Dukes Farm exceeds national USDA Organic standards for growing produce, meaning our vegetables are safe for you, your family, and the environment. (more...)


Dragonfly Farms

  Spring Grove, IL

We are an organic, all heirloom vegetable farm and an organic, all heritage breeds chicken and quail farm in Spring Grove, IL. CSA We provide full season CSAs with or without eggs.... or just eggs. White Dove Releases Perfect for weddings, christenings, confirmations and funerals.(more...)


Diggin' Roots Farm

  Molalla, OR

Plain and simple: we LOVE to be farmers. We want to harness this miraculous energy to grow food and live resourcefully. We want to raise laying hens, sheep, and innumerable, delicious, seasonal, vegetables. After a very long search, in August 2012 we finally purchased a property with which to explore our agricultural ambition. (more...)