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.
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...)
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...)
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...)
SHAREcropper's Farm is a small "farmette" in Upstate SC with naturally grown heirloom vegetables, herbs and flowers, and also fresh eggs. We have a 20 week long CSA harvest period during the spring - summer and a 10 week long fall harvest period. (more...)
We are a family run nursery specializing in heirloom vegetable and herb transplants. We grow many different varieties of tomatoes, peppers and herbs as well as a few unique varieties of everything else. So far we have supplied wholesale to local hardware and feed stores but we have gotten the licensing to begin a retail market. (more...)
We are a small sustainable family farm in south-central McLean County raising produce, fresh herbs, seedlings and seedstock for the local community. 2014 is our 11th year growing fresh produce for the local community. All seed-stock is sourced organically when possible and absolutely no GMO seed is used in our produce fields. (more...)