Pictured above is the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site in Georgia, which is among several national parks lending their sunny soils to the cultivation of the rare and historic white cushaw for brewing, baking and other bicentennial activities here in Indiana. The seeds are descended from those cultivated by the Lincoln family during their time in Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois. Because staff members there were able to take advantage of the early growing season, some of the first fruits will be used for locally made Lincoln beers.
White cushaw squash goes from ‘few to brew’


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