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.
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...)
We are greenhorn farmers in our twenties who live on a historic, falling-apart old farm. It was previously farmed by at least 4 generations of family before us, but had been out of farming use for many years before we started again. Currently, we are cleaning up and about to close the door on a very bad season. (more...)
Spence Farm is the oldest family farm in Livingston county, IL, settled by our fourth great-grandfather in 1830. Still a thriving family farm, we grow delicious foods of all kinds using sustainable organic methods that will keep our farm vibrant for future generations. (more...)
NOW Accepting new CSA members for our 2015 Spring/SUMMER CSA to start April 17,2015.----Skipper Farms is family owned and operated offering a wide variety of naturally grown, tasty, and safe fresh fruits and vegetables. (more...)
Since 2002, Salamander Springs Farm has produced market crops without tillage, fertilizers or pesticides. This farm & homestead was created from scratch by developing & recycling local resources, energy & nutrients. (more...)
Since 2004 we have been producing organic vegetables, eggs, and chicken. Our chickens and heritage turkeys are free range. We supplement their diet with roasted grains such as barley, oats, and corn. We are Animal Welfare Approved, the first in our county for free range chickens. (more...)