Once a staple food for the American Indians, this ancient corn species was the first corn to enter the US from Central America. The Chapalote kernels vary in color from bright yellow to deep coffee, and grow on small, cigar-shaped ears that taper on both ends. The plants are particularly well-adapted to the arid subtropical climates of the southwestern US. One of the best ways top enjoy this crop is in the form of a sweetly-flavored traditional American Andrian drink called chapalote pinole, which is currently produced by the Boudreaux family in southern California.
Located in the heart of Corrales is Wagner's Farm. This farm has been around since 1910 and has been owned and operated through four generation of the Wagner Family. Come shop at the Wagner's Farm store in Corrales and you will find farm fresh produce that is picked every morning. (more...)
Janna Anderson grows sustainably on 40 acres in Waddell and in Laveen on my 7 acre orchard purchased in 2011. Since I bought the tiny little adobe section house from Phoenix's historic 1930's farming past, I have enjoyed rehabbing it and the property which was once a citrus orchard and turning it back into agricultural use. (more...)
Native Seeds/SEARCH conserves, distributes and documents the adapted and diverse varieties of agricultural seeds, their wild relatives and the role these seeds play in cultures of the American Southwest and northwest Mexico. (more...)
Our organic farm located in the historic farming region of Goleta, California specializes in the breeding of high-quality heirloom organic seeds. We also offer a wide variety of seasonal organic crops, including asian and thai specialty varieties. (more...)
Birch Point Farm is a CSA farm in lovely northwest lower Michigan, located between Lake Leelanau and the west arm of Grand Traverse Bay. We specialize in heirloom vegetables, herbs, and cut flowers, which we market through our CSA, the Traverse City farmers' market, and local wholesale accounts. (more...)