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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Red Rosa Farm

  Spencer, IN    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Nestled in the rolling hills of Southern Indiana, our historic farm homestead is now home to over 100 beautiful alpacas as well as our naturally-tended gardens and orchards. We specialize in garlic along with a variety of other produce, all as lovingly tended as our alpaca friends. (more...)


Red Gate Farm

  Dexter, MI

Small owner operated family farm just outside of Dexter.(more...)


Quail Hollow Farm

  Overton, NV

Our farm is located in the beautiful Moapa Valley of Southern Nevada overlooking the scenic Valley of Fire and Red Rocks. We are about 50 miles north of Las Vegas nestled in a small agricultural community just 10 miles from the north end of Lake Mead. (more...)


Putney Farmers' Market

  Putney, VT

Open Sundays from May to October, the Putney Farmers' Market is a producers-only market selling locally raised organic and conventional produce, bedding plants, meats, cheeses, eggs, honey and maple syrup. We also feature artisan crafts and handmade goods that are purposeful, practical and beautiful. (more...)


Prescott's Patch

  Bainbridge, PA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Prescott's Patch is a five acre organic (not certified) CSA farm. We've been proudly serving Lancaster and York counties since 2001. Our farm is located near the village of Bainbridge along the Susquehanna River. (more...)


Prairie Sun Farm

  Watertown, MN    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Prairie Sun Farm grows great tasting, healthy, certified organic produce! The farm, which was primarily corn and soybeans before we purchased it, sits on 40 acres with wetlands and prairie surrounding it. During the last 6 years we have been transitioning it from a conventional, monoculture farm into a diversified, productive landscape. (more...)