Horticulturalist Luther Burbank developed this tomato, which bears his name, in 1914. The tomato has a classic taste that is acidic yet sweet. The fruits are relatively small and uniform, with a deep red color. The Burbank is particularly special because it is very nutritious, containing the highest total free amino acids of all tomatoes tested.
Suzie's Farm is located on one hundred and forty beautiful acres near the Tijuana Estuary, 13 miles south of downtown San Diego. Founded by Robin Taylor and Lucila De Alejandro in 2009, we are a USDA-certified organic farm that grows over 100 different types of crops per year. (more...)
Stone's Throw CSA is dedicated to supporting sustainable local food systems in the Blackstone and French River Valleys of Massachusetts. Stone's Throw CSA is a multi grower CSA. (more...)
Sustainablility ~ Agroecology ~ Heirlooms ~ Garlic ~ Earth Building Squash Blossom Farm grows Heirloom and Organic Greens, Vegetables,Flowers and Medicinal Plants and follows a "No Dig" method once beds are worked. We incorporate compost, mulch, cover crops and green manures to maintain a healthy, balanced growing environment. (more...)
Snowline is a small family run Christmas tree farm located in the foothills of the Cascades South of Molalla OR. These past couple of years we have been working on some diversification prjects. Our main project has been starting a CSA. We are not certified organic, but we do use natural practices for growing all of our produce. (more...)
Located at the base of the first ridge of the Blue Ridge Mountains just east of the Shenandoah River and about 2 miles from Round Hill, Va The land being farmed was first farmed in the 1700's and the farm house was built in 1786 by Isack James reputedly one of the forefathers of Jesse James. (more...)
We are a small family farm located in the Kettle River Valley near Orient, WA. Semi-retired, we enjoy growing our own food along with some excess to provide the community with fresh, quality produce at a reasonable cost to cover our expenses. (more...)