Bolita beans

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Spanish settlers to the northern New Mexican region initially presented the Bolita Bean to North America. The bean was incorporated into much of the American Indian food traditions in the Four Corners region. With its high protein content and its general ease on the stomach, the Bolita Bean became an important crop, quickly becoming extensively cultivated throughout the American southwest. The beans are deep, pinkish-beige‚??almost salmon in color‚??and boast a taste richer in flavor than the Pinto bean, to which it is often compared. Unfortunately, because of this easy association, the Bolita Bean often looses out to the pinto bean in sales and cultivat

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Urban Grange Farm, LLC.

  Hephzibah, GA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Urban Grange is a small family farm started by two Army soldiers passionate about fueling the local food movement and building sustainable neighborhoods. We currently raise heritage chickens,goats, and pigs, and are continuously adding permaculture principles to our small operation. (more...)


Tierra Vegetables Farm

  Santa Rosa, CA

At Tierra Vegetables, we're committed to growing diversified vegetables, fruits and wool products of the very highest quality through sustainable farming practices. We are also growing heirloom dried beans and dried corn for corn bread, polenta, and tortillas. (more...)


Schwebach Farm

  Moriarty, NM    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are a family owned and operated farm in Moriarty, New Mexico, (just 30 miles east of Albuquerque) in the heart of the Estancia Valley. Conveniently located less than one mile south of Interstate 40. (more...)


Santa Fe Farmers Market

  Santa Fe, NM

With over 100 small growers participating, the Santa Fe Farmers' Market is the largest in New Mexico and one of the best known in the country. The Market operates year-round in the Santa Fe Railyard and hosts numerous events, including Cook With the Chef, Kids' Events, and Farm Tour.(more...)


Real Veggies Farm

  Brunswick, OH

We grow most of our vegetables on 2 acres in Lafayette Township, Ohio the rest in grown at home in Brunswick, Ohio. We do not use any chemicals on any of our vegetables. Our favorite things to grow are the more unusual that you do not normally see elsewhere, although we do sell your regular more common varieties of vegetables also. (more...)


Rancho de los Proyectos

  Colton, CA

We are now authorized to accept SNAP and WIC benefits! Welcome to Rancho de los Proyectos, Ranch of Projects, where we specialize in seasonal produce including tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, onions, garlic, herbs and citrus. We are a very small family farm with a micro-CSA. (more...)