American Plum

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Records of the wild plum date back to the 17th century, when it was used in Oregon by local American Indian tribes as a dried winter fruit. There are 26 sub-varieties of the fruit that differ in season, size, shape, and flavor. The location span of this native fruit is from Maine to Florida in the east, northward from Mexico along the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains in the west, and along the Great Lakes region. American Plums are not commercially sold, but are found at local farmers markets when they are in season. The fruit is commonly used in jellies, jams, spreads and sauces for wild game.

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The Mad Farmers' Garden

  Coal Valley, IL

We are a small group of dedicated young farmers, living and learning and growing on land in rural Coal Valley, IL, just outside of the Quad Cities proper. (more...)


Tantre Farm

  Chelsea, MI

Tantre Farm has been a certified organic family farm in Chelsea, Michigan since 1993. The owners of Tantre Farm are Richard Andres and Deb Lentz. They own about 50 acres of farmland, which produce about 25 acres of vegetables, flowers, herbs, and some fruits such as berries, pears, and melons. (more...)


Sugarfoot Organic Farms

  Conway, SC

Sugarfoot Farms is a third-generation family micro-farm that is Certified Naturally Grown. We strive to create a farm that is 100% organic, sustainable and humane. We do not use any synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, or harmful chemicals and use only sustainable methods of controlling weeds, pests, and diseases. (more...)


Stuart Farm

  Gerald, MO

At Stuart Farm, our goal is to provide a happy and natural environment for our animals. Whether it is the cows, chickens, geese, or bees, we do all we can to make sure they are happy and have the life they were meant to have. (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...)