Chapalote Corn

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Chapalote CornAs one of the most ancient corn species, the Chapalote Corn plant, also known as "Pinole Maiz," was the first corn species to enter the US from Central America. Its flinty, coffee-colored kernels clustered in twelve to fourteen rows on small, cigar-shaped ears that taper at both ends. The Chapalote Corn plants are adapted to arid subtropical climes, bearing corn from sea level up to 5,500 feet in canyons, on slopes and mesas from northwestern Mexico through the southwestern US.

Historically, the Mesoamericans originally domesticated Chapalote Corn; once this corn species entered the US, it became a staple food for the American Indians. In the southwest region of the US, American Indians traditionally used the corn to create a drink called chapalote pinole. Today the Boudreaux family of southern California is the only producer of this sweetly flavored drink.

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Wagner Farms

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  Santa Barbara, CA

Our organic farm located in the historic farming region of Goleta, California specializes in the breeding of high-quality heirloom organic seeds. We also offer a wide variety of seasonal organic crops, including asian and thai specialty varieties. (more...)

Blue Heron Farm MO

  Marshfield, MO

We are a small farm in Marshfield Missouri nestled amongst the beautiful rolling hills of the Ozarks. We use organic practices, raise heirloom plants and heritage breed animals, are non-GMO and truly free-range. We strive to operate a rich and diversified farm that focuses on producing staple foods that we consider everyday kitchen essentials. (more...)