Welcome to the Tuscarora Organic Growers website! We serve the Baltimore-Washington D.C. Metro Area, Maryland, Northern Virginia, West Virginia and other Mid-Atlantic Markets. We're glad you stopped by! Check out our farms here. Thank you for your interest in TOG.
Posted by Teresa Showalter :: Friday, April 17 :: 2:34pm
How do you define “local”? Local has been the in thing for the past few years and it seems that everyone has an opinion and often a different one. Let’s take an historical take on it. The Baltimore-Washington area has always been supported by truck farms. These farms produce vegetables that are then driven to market. Farms in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and even West Virginia are all within a short drive and are and have been well represented in all of the farmer’s markets. Then, there is TOG. We have been your local source of produce for 25 years. We are not defined by miles, hours or state boundaries. We are just LOCAL.
BABY KALE AND BABY SPINACH: Boy, do we have a lot of spinach coming in! The supply of kale is not far behind.
EXTRA LARGE CELERIAC: Just when you figure the season is winding down, the surprises come in. Here comes really big celeriac, like up to two pounds apiece. According to Pearl at New Morning, they are very tasty and of good texture. Try some, just to say you had a 2 lb celeriac today.
THE BEET DOES NOT GO ON: We are about done with beets. Now, we await the early summer arrival of bunched beets.
WE HAVE PLENTY OF: Carrots, Celeriac, Sunchokes, Parsnips and Potatoes.
GIVE SOME LOVE: Juice carrots. They may not be pretty but they are tasty.
NON-ORGANIC, ALL NATURAL LOCAL CHICKEN EGGS: AVAILABLE IN MEDIUM, LARGE AND EXTRA-LARGE, 15 DOZEN BULK. PLEASE CALL TIM DERSTINE AT HARES VALLEY GROWERS AT 814 448 2784 FOR GREAT EGG PRICES.
SOY-FREE, BROWN EGGS FROM CHICKENS ON ORGANIC PASTURE. NO GMO, NO ANTIBIOTICS, NOT GRADED FOR SIZE. 15 DOZ BULK. PLEASE CALL CHESTER STOLTZFUS AT WHOLESOME LIVING ACRES AT 717 365 3064.