Boston Marrow squash

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This variety is originally from Buffalo, New York, where the local Native Americans introduced it to European settlers. The Boston Marrow squash grows well in regions where the growing season is cool and short. The fruit averages from 8-9 pounds, and has a skin as thin as an eggshell with a fine-textured flesh. The taste of the flesh is much richer and more nutritious than that of a pumpkin. The Boston Marrow is used for puddings, and, despite it's oily texture, often eaten raw

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Tomahnous Farm

  Mahomet, IL

We raise a diverse variety or certified organic fruits, vegetables, and mushrooms as well as honey, milk, eggs, and pasture fed & heritage meats.(more...)


Toad Hall Farm & MI Green Thumb CSA

  Emmett, MI

We are a small family run farm that strives to have better than organic practices in the raising of our food. Our goal is to offer the most natural food for our family and neighbors as an alternative to processed foods from the store. Our farm's produce is available for sale through our CSA, farmers markets and farm stand. (more...)


Thundering Hoof Ranch LLC

  Berlin, WI

Thundering Hoof Ranch LLC is located in Green Lake County within the beautiful and gentle rolling hills. At The Ranch we have a strong tie to the land. We are working to preserve and restore habitat for wildlife by replacing once highly eroded row crop land with sustainable forage based farming, restored windbreaks, and set aside habitats. (more...)




The King's Garden

  Carlton, WA

The King's Garden is beginning its 20th year of growing great organic food in sunny Okanogan County! (more...)