Lina Cisco's Bird Egg bean

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This tan and maroon speckled bean was brought to Missouri by covered wagon in the 1880s by the grandmother of Lina Cisco‚??one of the six original members of Seed Savers Exchange. An unbelievably aromatic and plump bean, its skin splits open to reveal a creamy, almost potato-like texture. Lina Cisco‚??s Bird Egg bean is equally delicious boiled, seasoned and topped with cornbread as it is roasted, salted and served as an appetizer. The maroon and tan markings are muted when coo

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Crazy Woman Ranch

  Grandview, WA

Crazy Woman Ranch is family owned and operated in the lower Yakima Valley. Our philosophy is sustainability and we prefer to employ methods of management that allows us to proudly produce quality tree fruit, garden produce, poultry, goat milk and cheese and naturally raised beef and pork. (more...)


Casa de la Pradera

  Fiddletown, CA

Casa de la Pradera is a small farm practicing organic methods, and a bed and breakfast/farm stay on the outskirts of Fiddletown, CA that was begun the same year as our local farmers markets, in 1993. We grow a wide variety of vegetables and fruits in season and deliver locally to csa customers as well as selling at the farmers markets. (more...)


Canvas Ranch

  Petaluma, CA

Canvas ranch is a sustainable, 125-member csa and family farm and the only local farm delivering to marin county and southern sonoma county. we grow all kinds of vegetables, some fruits, free-range eggs, herbs, and flowers without pesticides. (more...)


Bluemoon Organics

  Sarona, WI

We are a small organic producer of veggies and apples. We have 12 garlic varieties,20 heirloom tomato varieties, many potato including 5 types of fingerlings as well carrots. beans, peppers, cabbages etc. Most all varieties are heirloom. (more...)


Bishop Brook Farm

  Stewartstown, NH

We are located in northern NH, just minutes from the Vermont border, five miles north of Colebrook, and less than seven miles from the Canadian Border Crossing station. We recently moved up from Long Island, NY, and have begun our family farming adventure! A house-warming gift of 6 laying hens has become a full-time labour of love. (more...)


Billet-Doux Farm

  Yadkinville, NC

Billet-Doux Farm (say "biily-doo"...French for 'love letter') is located in the beautiful Yadkin River Valley of northwestern North Carolina. (more...)