Wednesday, November 29, 2006
World Carrot Museum
The World Carrot Museum is a virtual museum that attempts to collect and present information on all aspects of carrots. The museum does not currently have a brick and mortar existence but operates only as a website. It was initiated and continues to be curated by John Stolarczyk of Bradford, England. The museum contains information on recipes, trivia, cultivation, games and toys, history, and nutrition of carrots as well as description of carrots as they exist in the wild. [Photo shows carrot diversity from around the world.]
External links: World Carrot Museum Homepage, Article on Stolarczyk and the museum from the Cleaveland Plain Dealer, Article by Dave Barry about the museum.
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