Sourwood honey is so rare that a good crop sometimes only surfaces once every decade. Yet, its deep, spicy flavor makes it sought after by honey connoisseurs everywhere. The honey's scarcity can be attributed to the very small amount of sourwood bushes currently growing. The plant typically blooms from June to August, providing a small window of time in which beekeepers can bring their colonies to collect nectar from the flowers. Its flavor is floral and light with hints of baking spices and anise.
A volunteer group started in 2006 has organized a weekly Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) drop in Five Points of Raleigh, NC. Order directly from farmers for delivery to Five Points pickup. Call farmers for delivery options. Details here: https://trianglewiki.org/Five_Points_CSA (more...)
What is an Earth Market? Earth Markets are farmers' markets that have been established according to guidelines that follow the Slow Food philosophy of Good Clean and Fair. (more...)
Located under the wooden pavilion on Corn Maze Hill at the Cagle Family Farm in Hickory Flat Georgia. Cherokee Fresh Market is open from 8:30 am to 11:30 pm, Memorial Day to Labor Day. Fresh, locally grown fruits, vegetables, eggs, honey, baked goods, hand crafted items.(more...)
Avalon Acres Farms is a 120-acre family owned and operated farm located in the heart of Middle Tennessee just minutes from the Natchez Trace Parkway. Joining our CSA is a way to connect directly with local farms and receive a weekly basket of farm fresh foods. (more...)