Sheepnose Pimiento

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The Sheepnose Pimiento is a watery chile pepper with a rich meaty flavor. An Ohio heirloom plant, the pepper is filled with a mild, tangy flavor and rates at 0 on a 1-5 heat scale. The Sheepnose Pimiento is generally used for canning and cooking.

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Foggy River Farm

  Healdsburg, CA

Check out our blog at: www.wisdomoftheradishcom Our farm sits on the floodplain of the Russian River, down the road from the towns of Windsor and Healdsburg in beautiful Sonoma County. We are currently accepting applications for our CSA's 2012 season, and would love for you to join our farm family! (more...)


Flying S Farms

  Woodbury, TN

Updated 2015 Flying S Farms is located in beautiful Cannon County Tennessee.We are a Non-Certified Organic Farm and use Sustainable and Albrecht growing methods offering a wide variety of Heirloom and Non-GMO Hybrid produce. (more...)


Finn Meadows Farm

  Cincinnati, OH

Finn Meadows Farm, located near downtown Montgomery, raises vegetables, meat, eggs, and flowers without the use of chemicals. We are currently raising grass-fed beef, free-range laying hens, meat chickens, pork and Thanksgiving turkeys. (more...)


Ferry Plaza Farmers Market

  San Francisco, CA

The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is operated by CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture). All our markets are open year-round, rain or shine. For more information and to subscribe to our weekly e-letter, visit www.cuesa.org. (more...)


FeatherWise Farm

  Stafford Springs, CT

Featherwise Farm is a small startup farm/future sustainable community in it's first season. I am seeking community members for short term or possible long term stays. (more...)


Fat Blossom Farm

  Allegan, MI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We at Fat Blossom Farm are committed to sustainable ecological agriculture. We use only organic methods with a long term outlook so that what we produce is both healthy for you and the land. Long rotations and a broad diversity of crops ensure that the land stays in balance. (more...)