Mayflower bean

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The Mayflower arrived in the US in the 1620s, bringing with it the Mayflower bean. After its initial introduction to the Americas, the bean was widely circulated among the people of the Carolina region. The Mayflower plant has short pods that hold the small, square shaped beans. The beans are a beautiful creamy color with dark-red speckles. Known for its musty flavor, the Mayflower bean is ideal for relishes, salads and salsas.

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Towne's Harvest CSA

  Bozeman, MT

Towne's Harvest Community Supported Agriculture program is a project of Montana State University's student organization 'Friends of Local Foods' and the Gallatin Valley Food Bank. In addition to enjoying fresh produce and flowers all summer, shareholders are also supporting the growing of produce for the food bank. (more...)


Toad Hall Farm & MI Green Thumb CSA

  Emmett, MI

We are a small family run farm that strives to have better than organic practices in the raising of our food. Our goal is to offer the most natural food for our family and neighbors as an alternative to processed foods from the store. Our farm's produce is available for sale through our CSA, farmers markets and farm stand. (more...)


Terralumina Gardens

  Toledo, WA

We grow amazing Heirloom produce. Our CSA is up and running, and we hope to continue it year round. Our mission is to grow the most flavorful, highest quality produce possible. Doing so utilizing organic methods, preserving genetic biodiversity, and showing profitability implementing sustainable techniques and practices. (more...)


Ten Springs Farm

  Elkland, MO

We are committed to growing only heirloom varieties of vegetables, herbs, fruits and grains, from organic and non-GMO seed, and with sustainable methods that work with Nature. (more...)


Stoughton Farmers Market

  Stoughton, WI

Stoughton's Farmers' Market. The best locally produced food and art from our families to yours. Every Friday 7:00 am - 1:00 pm May 3rd through October 25th, 2010. Stoughton Plaza 1050 W. Main St., Stoughton, Wisconsin. Also, November 2nd - December 21 in the McFarland Municipal Center, 5915 Milwaukee St. (more...)


Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture

  Pocantico Hills, NY

Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture is a farm, a kitchen, a classroom - an exhibit, a laboratory, a campus. The mission of this unique, nonprofit, member-driven collaboration is to teach and advance community-based food production and enjoyment, from farm to classroom to plate. (more...)