Nearly a century ago, the American Chestnut tree was ubiquitous among the hilly slopes of the eastern US. The nut from the tree was a staple food of many Native Americans and early settlers, as up to 6,000 nuts can be yielded from one tree. The chestnuts are velvety-brown in color and sweet in taste. They were baked into breads and roasted in stews and soups as well as pounded into meal. With the arrival of the lethal chestnut blight in the early 1900s, this big hearty tree was almost completely decimated. Revitalization of the tree began in 1983 with the establishment of the American Chestnut Foundation.
We raise range fed chickens and eggs, guineas, ducks, geese,nubian and oberhasli goats, sheep, heritage breed tamworth,ossabaw, berkshire and old spot pigs, mini hereford,mini jersey, standard jerseys, milking devon, goat and cow products. We offer chemical free pasture raised meats, milk and eggs. Nitrate free usda packaged meats. (more...)
We feature top quality certified organic vegetables and strawberries picked fresh daily, along with annual and perennial plants and flowers.(more...)
Inspiration Farm is a 11 acre homestead. Integrating Biodynamic and Permaculture practices in relation to annual & perennial food systems, animal husbandry, appropriate technology, land / water management and cosmic rhythms. We grow heirloom vegetables and practice our own seed saving. (more...)
Green Wave Gardens is a certified organic (WSDA # 1885), family owned and operated farm. We specialize in gourmet garlic for seedstock and culinary use, rare apples and other tree fruits, strawberries, raspberries, and walnuts. (more...)
Our 2014 CSA Membership Brochure will be available for the 2014 growing season the 2nd week of February 2014. Please send us an e-mail by clicking the "Email Us" button below and we will email you a copy of our 2014 CSA BROCHURE Our brochure should answer most of your questions. (more...)
We are small and mighty with a big variety. We are the opposite of other markets; we are small, independently owned and have no debt. As a result we rely solely on vendor and advertising fees. The money that supports our market comes with a name and face. Every dollar that comes in is a conscious decision to support the Granger Farmers Market. (more...)