Hidatsa Shield Figure bean

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The Hidatsa Shield Figure bean gets its name from the Hidatsa American Indians of the Missouri River Valley of North Dakota. As one of the most productive dry beans, it was widely planted throughout the Missouri River Valley region. Planted with the traditional sister cropsâ??beans, corn, squashâ??the Hidatsa Shield Figure bean well-supported this three-tiered crop system because of its natural inclination to climb poles and thus corn stalks. The pods of the plant produce white seeds that have brownish-red and orange markings along their si

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Crescent Moon Farm

  Santa Rosa, CA

David and I grow top-quality produce with a focus on open pollinated and heirloom varieties. We are located on 1/2 acre in Rincon Valley and have added another 1/2 acre just a mile away which allows us to grow a more diverse selection of produce. Though we are not certified organic, we do grow following those principles. (more...)


Cold Springs Farm CSA

  Weatherford, TX

Cold Springs Farm is a specializes in heirloom and rare varieties, as well as new varieties. The farm is in the NRCS transition to organic EQIP program as well as Certified Naturally grown. The farm is also home to free range chickens, turkeys, and red wattle hogs, and bees!(more...)


Clearcreek Homestead

  Nova, OH

A small, eclectic family farm located outside of Savannah, Ohio. We currently offer fresh, free range chicken and duck eggs. We are hoping to expand into fresh, hormone and cage free/free range broilers and heritage breed chickens later this spring. (more...)


Circle A Garden

  Montrose, CO

Circle A Garden is a small family owned and opperated farm located in the southern end of the Uncompahgre Valley. We grow a wide variety of vegetables, herbs, and some fruit for our CSA. We are not cetified organic but have grown over and above the current USDA standards for over 35 years. (more...)


Camel Creek Farm

  Lodi, OH    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Camel Creek Farm is a small family farm, using a polyculture method of growing as part of our effort to grow responsibly and improve the land. Following sustainable organic practices, we grow a variety of fruit including peaches, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries. We also grow a large variety of vegetables, including heirlooms. (more...)


Bear Butte Gardens

  Sturgis, SD    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Bear Butte Gardens is situated just 5 miles northeast of Sturgis between a great expanse of prairie and the beautiful Black Hills. In the 18 years the Groseks have lived on this land they have respected the native grasses and vegetation by utilizing natural means of weed control and careful grazing management. (more...)