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Fresh Produce Just Became More Accessible to Residents of Buffalo’s West Side

In Feeding the Community, Urban Ag on September 13, 2009 at 8:58 am

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Curbside Croft, one of Buffalo’s flourishing west side urban farms, just announced they are now able to accept EBT and food stamps as payment! This is great news as everyone deserves access to fresh healthy foods.

They are harvesting a variety of vegetables and herbs right now including heirloom tomatoes! Here is a list of what is available:

Giant Musselburgh leeks

A variety of heirloom tomatoes: Aunt Ruby’s German Green, Cherokee Purple, St. Pierre, Flame, Favorita

A variety of heirloom carrots: st. valery, shin kudora, lunar white

Tomatillo

Summer squash

Zucchini

Cucumber

Yellow hot pepper

Broccoli florets

Red malabar spinach

White eggplant

Coriander

Basil – 4 varieties

Bronze fennel

Daikon seedpods – great salad addition

Chard

Nasturtium

Kale

Collards

Red orach

Pole beans – green and purple podded

New Zealand spinach

Curbside Croft is located on the corner of West Ave. & Vermont Street. They open for business on Tues and Thurs 4pm-6pm and Saturdays 10am-12pm.

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