Listing Category: Products We Love

Creme de la Crop

Beautifully Designed, Inspired By Nature

In 2002 Creme de la Crop started growing organic produce for the community on their seventy-acre, family farm. That passion continues through our Community Supported Agriculture Program. Now the operation provides a wide range of locally produced and small-batch goods, in an on-site farm store. Handcrafted Candles, Skincare, and Soaps are made in-house with the finest ingredients available. We simply share with you what we love.

Charlestown Farm

We are an on-farm CSA just south of Phoenixville, PA. We started in 2002 with a mission to provide our community with naturally grown, pesticide free food and to create a farm that members could call their own.

We harvest most of the share but also have beautiful U-pick gardens where members can pick flowers, herbs, small fruits, cherry tomatoes, hot peppers, beans and peas.

It is our hope that our farm creates an appreciation for the value of productive farmland in suburban Philadelphia.


Plastic bags are no match for the Vejibag, an ingenious produce keeper that’s made of American-grown organic cotton. This sustainable vegetable bag gives produce the humidity it needs, keeping it fresh and crisp far longer than plastic. A beautiful, natural product for better eating.

Vejibags have always been made with the finest US grown and milled organic cotton french terry knit. They are sewn at a worker-owned facility in Valdese, NC, and as always they are free from dyes or chemicals. Everything about Vejibag was, and remains, good.

Victory Gardens of Tomorrow

Victory Gardens of Tomorrow creates a fun and awesome world of modern propaganda posters celebrating “The Victory Garden of Tomorrow!” Creator Joe Wirtheim creates unique and inspiring graphics that build confidence and excitement in a healthy, resilient future.

Cara’s Garden

Offering workshops in botanical painting and food photography, as well as an online store of hand-carved wooden spoons, food photographs, and greeting cards of Cara’s botanical paintings.

About Cara Cummings: I grew up in the mountains of Santa Barbara, California, in a community of inspired people who often came together to cook, eat, and make art. After completing a degree in biology—which is also where my passion for botanical painting came from—I ran a website design business, raised two daughters, and completed a Master’s degree in environmental science and policy at Columbia University in 2010.

In 2012 I arrived in Illinois and I immersed myself in the local food scene, volunteering at Prairie Fruits Farm and Creamery in Champaign, frequenting the Urbana Farmers’ Market, joining the Slow Food Champaign-Urbana board, becoming an owner of the Common Ground Food Co-op, and am now the executive director at The Land Connection.

My free time is spent in my garden in Champaign, Illinois where the lawn continues to get smaller and the vegetable growing space gets bigger with my dog Francis, my urban chickens, a sweet woodshop and painting studio, and my partner (who puts up with my never- ending stream of new ideas and projects), John.

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