Green-striped cushaw, aka Tennessee Sweet Potato Cushaw squash
Though the green-striped cushaw is technically a winter squash, it also produces a spring harvest. Found throughout the American South, the 10-20 lb squash has a yellow, slightly sweet flesh that is often substituted for pumpkin in pie recipes. It has a moist, hardy nature that stands up well in sweltering summer heat. The Cushaw is a central figure to much of southwestern Native American cooking, and is also prevalent in traditional Louisiana Creole dishes. While the green-striped cushaw is not endangered per se, it tends to be grown in small batches, often for private use, and is not widely available in retail markets.
Hidden Acres Farm is a family owned farm tucked behind the quiet community on the corner of Old State Road and State Route 730. A family run farm since the 1950's, we offer fresh-picked produce from Spring to Fall, including sweet corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, summer and winter squash and vine-ripened watermelon and cantaloupe. (more...)
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Heritage AcresFarm has been in my family since 1779. I am honored to be the 7th generation to own and operate this farm in the Bushy Fork community of Hurdle Mills, NC. We use traditional organic methods, biodynamic preps, permaculture techniques, and other sustainable farming practices to care for our soil and our ecosystem. (more...)
Certified organic vegetables, herbs, and flowers (NOFA-NY Certified Organic, LLC)(more...)
Heirloom Gardens is located in the beautiful historic town of Dahlonega,known as the "heart"of the North Georgia Mountains.We produce certified naturally grown food year round using unheated hoop houses. (more...)
Our sustainable family farm can provide you and your family with food for your table and fingers including: Weekly CSA drop off in Tahlequah. * Seasonal fresh vegetables, herbs & fruit * Honey * Free-range chicken and duck eggs * Alpaca fleece and yarn * Soft Merino fleece and yarn * Goats' milk & Honey Soaps (more...)