Most visitors to St. Augustine, Florida have never heard of St. Augustine's most beloved treasure, the Datil pepper, but it has been the centerpiece of Old Florida cuisine since the 1800s. The plant typically grows to be around one to two and a half feet tall and bears elongated yellow/orange colored peppers. The pepper's spicy, bright and fruity flavor is well suited to hot-sauces, spice mixes and other recipes.
Founded in 2010, we are a diversified, Certified Naturally Grown, family- and community-oriented small farm located near Culver, Indiana. (more...)
Heritage Farms is on an urban site in the Mandarin area of Jacksonville. We are growing delicious vegetables, raising chickens for fresh eggss and we'll soon be farming fish. Our use of natural practices includes vermiculture, composting, heirloom varieties, seed saving and sharing ,living soil production, integrated pest management, etc. (more...)
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...)
Half Pint Farm is operated by us, husband and wife team, Mara and Spencer Welton. Between the two of us, we have 35 years experience growing & selling produce. Our two miniature dachshunds, Mr. Smeems and Bullet are trusty companions who help to keep the farm free of mice, rats, woodchucks, rabbits, and deer. (more...)
Here at Giants Farm, we embrace holistic, ecological farming techniques. Our goal is to build healthy, thriving, alive soils that support vibrant and delicious vegetables. We enrich the soil with cover crops and compost while preserving its structure through no-till practices. (more...)
Gateway Organic Farm - 3.19 acres of urban paradise! USDA Certified Organic (2010) The last family farm left standing in the heart of Pinellas County,FL - the most densely populated county south of NYC! We are only 100' wide but over 1/4 mile long! Sustainable Urban Agriculture at work. (more...)