Sibley squash

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The Sibley Squash, which is also known as "Pike's Peak," was obtained from a woman in Van Dinam, Iowa, who had grown it for more than fifty years. Hiram Sibley & Company of Rochester, New York, introduced it commercially in 1887. The Sibley is a Hubbard-type squash with moderately vigorous 12-15 foot vines. The slate blue, teardrop-shaped fruits have very shallow ribs and weigh from 8 to 10 pounds. Its medium-thick orange flesh is flavorful and sweet. The flesh becomes drier and richer with storage, reaching its peak right after the turn of the New Y

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Grey Barn Farm

  Tully, NY

We are a small farm located in the beautiful Tully Valley. Our focus is to provide quality heirloom and rare produce to our surrounding communities. We strive to share our appreciation for locally grown food. Our diverse offering includes 15 varieties of garlic, heirloom veggies, heritage breed eggs, and 6 varieties of hops for brewing! (more...)


Green Valley Farm

  Kirksville, MO    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are a family-owned and -operated farm in a beautiful, forest-surrounded, rather isolated, valley near the Chariton River in northern Missouri. Our "specialization" is ethnic and heirloom vegetables, herbs, and small fruits. (more...)


Grassfield Farms AG R & D Heirloom Seed Supplier

  Chesapeake, VA

We are a Biological Farming Practice Producer of Specialty and Heirloom Produce and Seed. We are also a Private Funded Research Farm, Specializing in Molecular Biology, Micro-Propagation, Cell - Division Propagation, Plant Grafting, Phytopathology (strictly, natural biological controls) and Heirloom Seed Producer. (more...)


Grace Haven Acres

  Richland Center, WI

Grace Haven Acres is a small family-owned farm located in the beautiful SW Wisconsin Richland County. We are strongly committed to sustainable farming practices to improve our soil through composting, cover cropping, and crop rotation. (more...)


Gallatin Valley Botanical

  Bozeman, MT

We started farming in the spring of 2003 on a few rented acres in Manhattan, and we farmed there through the 2007 growing season. In 2008, we were fortunate enough to start working our own ground. Today, we sell to a 150 member summer CSA, a 60 member winter CSA, 15 restaurants, the Community Food Coop, and three farmers markets in Bozeman. (more...)


Full Plate Farm

  Ridgefield, WA

Full Plate Farm is located on a gentle slope among oaks and firs in Ridgefield, Washington, 18 miles North of Portland. We specialize in growing winter vegetables and believe that people should have good food, even when it's cold and wet outside. (more...)