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.
The 14 year development of Poplar Ridge Farm as an organic Community Supported Agriculture farm is a unique extension of the owners personal adult lifestyles and career studies. The owners have been athletes involved in the organic food movement and advanced nutrition concepts since their teenage years! (more...)
At Paloma Pollinators we produce delicious nutritious food, perform constant research into sustainable agriculture methods and raise heritage breed animals. Our vegetables, fruits, herbs and honey are produced using only local resources without the use of pesticides, herbicides or petro-fertilizers. (more...)
Old Webster Farm sits on 117 acres of sandly loam in the town of Angelo, WI. The farm has been in my family since 1947 when my grandparents moved here from their farm in Wilton, WI. (more...)
Seasonal gourmet grocery that specializes in locally grown, Certified Organic & Naturally grown produce, dairy, fruits, breads & meats. Specialty plant nursery that only stocks California Natives, Antique Flowers & Certified Organic Vegetable & Herbal Plants. Seasonal fresh cut herbs & Greens. (more...)
Based in Ann Arbor, MI we have been trialing and growing vegetable varieties for over 20 years. We finally decided to share this experience and know-how by creating Nature and Nurture Seeds. We seek to be a catalyst for the preservation and innovation of food seed biodiversity in the Great Lakes region. (more...)
We are a small family farm on the western slope of beautiful Skaneateles Lake. We grow a wide variety of vegetables; tomatoes, squash, beets, carrots, onions, potatoes, green beans, leeks, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cucumbers, peppers, and garlic to name a few! (more...)