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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Riverbluff Farm

  Owensville, MO

We are a multi generational,diversified family farm focused on sustainable agricultural practices. Currently, we raise a mixed flock of free-range chickens, Rouen and Mallard ducks, East Friesian sheep, registered Saanen and Saanen x Nubian goats, and Jersey Cattle. (more...)


Red Hot Poker Farms

  Roswell, NM

Red Hot Poker Farms is growing fruit, vegetables, heritage breed turkeys, cage-free fresh eggs and pasture raised beef - along with our four daughters. We participate in the City of Roswell Farmer's Market and we are weeks away from launching our first CSA.(more...)


Red Gate Farm

  Dexter, MI

Small owner operated family farm just outside of Dexter.(more...)


Raven Mist Farm

  Germantown, OH

We are a sustainable mini-farm. We grow a wide variety of vegetables and herbs using natural methods.(more...)


Quail Hollow Farm

  Sugar Valley, GA

We have spent the last several years building our farm with a wide variety of fruit trees as well as our vegetable and herb gardens, not to mention our flocks of chickens and farm-fresh eggs. Our chickens are Buff Orpingtons, Barred Rocks, and a few other breeds. We would be glad to hatch chicks for those interested in beginning their own flocks. (more...)


Prairie River Farm

  Balsam, MN

We are a small Market Grower in Northern Aitkin County. We use organic methods of vegetable farming, but are not certified organic we are exempt from organic certification as we are small. We have a variety of vegetables available starting in late June with gourmet lettuces and snap peas. (more...)