New Mexico Native Tomatillo

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The New Mexico Native tomatillo is a wild variety found primarily in northern New Mexico that was once gathered by the Navajo, Zuni, Western Keres, Southern Tiwa, and Tewa tribal people. Although the fruit is smaller and has more seeds than other tomatillo varieties, the New Mexico Native tomatillo has a distinctive juicy texture and sweet, complex, fruity, acidic and slightly citrusy flavor. It has been a traditional staple of regional New Mexican and Native cooking, used for soups, chili and salsas. The easy-to-grow seeds are available from only four small catalogs.

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Corrales Growers' Market

  Corrales, NM

Corrales Growers' Market features New Mexico grown, fresh produce; greens,vegetables herbs, fruits,as well as flowers,honey,jams, baked goods, salsas and New Mexico grown agricultural products. (more...)


Cold Springs Farm CSA

  Weatherford, TX    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Cold Springs Farm is a specializes in heirloom and rare varieties, as well as new varieties. The farm is in the NRCS transition to organic EQIP program as well as Certified Naturally grown. The farm is also home to free range chickens, turkeys, and red wattle hogs, and bees!(more...)


Clemons Farm

  San Jacinto, CA

Check Us Out on Facebook Clemons Farms We are a small family farm selling directly to our wonderful customers at local certified Farmers Markets. We grow 300+ Heirloom/Heritage plants, produce and seed. (more...)


Cheyenne Winter Farmers' Market

  Cheyenne, WY

The Cheyenne Winter Farmers Market is located inside the cozy historic train depot the first Saturday of each month from November through May starting at 10 and ending at 2 pm. All our vendors sell items that are produced in Wyoming, northern Colorado or western Nebraska, but within a 150 miles of Cheyenne. (more...)


Bush Creek Farm

  Elma, WA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Bush Creek Farm is involved in the conservation of a very rare, heritage breed of hair sheep from the island of Barbados. There are less than 2000 registered in the U.S. We have 4 distinct bloodlines and raise registered seed stock as well as all-natural, grass fed table lamb and mutton. (more...)


Boulder Knoll Community Farm CSA

  Cheshire , CT

Now in our seventh year of production, we continue to increase production and improve the soil on three acres of Cheshire town-owned land. We adhere to the stringent growing and environmental standards contained in the CTNOFA Farmer's Pledge. We are offering 75 full CSA shares in 2015. (more...)