Cherokee Trail of Tears bean

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The Cherokee Trail of Tears bean memorializes the forced relocation of the Cherokee Indians in the mid-nineteenth century. They carried this bean throughout this infamous walk, which became the death march for thousands of Cherokees; hence the ??Trail of Tears.?? In the face of its poignantly dismal history, the shiny, jet-black seeds are used with pride in many traditional American Indian dishes. The seeds are encased in six-inch, greenish-purple pods. These small attractive beans are dried before consumed, and have a delicious rich fla

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Smith and Son Farm

  Orient, WA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are a small family farm located in the Kettle River Valley near Orient, WA. Semi-retired, we enjoy growing our own food along with some excess to provide the community with fresh, quality produce at a reasonable cost to cover our expenses. (more...)


Sharon's Natural Gardens

  Delmar, DE    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We have been here since 1978, never using any chemicals or commercial manures. We use no GMOS or hybrid seeds. We began biodynamics in 1990. I am not Demeter certified. I grew up on a local farm and have gardened for 50 years. We are also Certified Naturally Grown, a grass roots alternative to USDA certification. (more...)


Serenity Farm

  Murrieta, CA

Welcome to Serenity Farm. We are a small Livestock and Produce farm located in the picturesque Santa Rosa Rancho's area of Murrieta. With our higher elevation and unique micro climate we are able to grow produce 3 seasons out of the year and have some unique heirloom varieties that people are coming to love! (more...)


Secret Seed Cartel

  Sharon, OH

We specialize in rare and endanged tomato seeds. We also specialize in Basque peppers and gourmet cooking peppers from Europe and abroad. Working with growers in Europe we are able to offer commercially seed that is not available in the U.S. Unique and and grown with all natural and organic methods. All seed is grown here in Sharon,Ohio.(more...)


Saint Paul Episcopal Open Air Market

  Norwalk, OH

On the front lawn of Saint Paul Episcopal Church at 87 West Main Street in historic uptown Norwalk, the Open Air Market offers space, free of charge. to local growers, musicians and artisans. We encourage organic, heirloom, free range and other non-conventional methods to promote good stewardship of our resources. (more...)


SW Ohio Farm Market

  Germantown, OH

We are an 'online' farmer's market, serving the area near to Springboro, Ohio. We have several local growers, producers and crafters on board. If you are local to us, go to our website and create a buyer's account (it's free). (more...)