Newtown Pippin Apple
This apple has a remarkably balanced tart/sweet flavor and an aroma described as "piney". It is noted for the quality of the fresh and fermented cider it yields, its superior baking qualities, its excellent taste when eating out-of-hand, and its ability to mellow and improve with storage. The Newtown Pippin was a favorite of several founding fathers, including George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson who grew them at Monticello.
Located in the charming hamlet of Hillsdale, NY. We are at the Roe Jan Park on Route 22. One minute south of the light on Route 22 and Route 23 The Copake Hillsdale Farmer's Market will bring you the best vegetables, meats, cheeses, wines, organic spices and more that our area has to offer. (more...)
We are a diversified, sustainable farm raising truly grass fed heritage lamb and beef. We raise pastured poultry and ducks, and we have a small flock of layers for eggs, who are fed non GMO, non medicated feed. We also grow 25 varieties of hardneck and softneck gourmet garlic on our 60 acre farm in Geauga County in NE Ohio. (more...)
We are a small organic farm located in the beautiful Soquel hills that has been family owned and in operation since 1916. (more...)
We are a young organic apple orchard growing mainly heirloom varieties. Our trees are slowly coming into production, so please be patient. We are also growing open-pollinated, non-GMO vegetables. In spring and summer of 2014, we will have non-GMO eggs from our own pastured chickens. (more...)
BFM (Bloomingdale Farmers' Market) is a local, producer-only community market located in the heart of Bloomingdale, DC, a vibrant, diverse, residential community in downtown Washington DC. (more...)
SIGN UPS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR THE 2013 GROWING SEASON. Please call us or email to get a spot on the CSA list! We have half shares (feed 1-2 people/week) and full shares (feeds up to 4 people/week) available. We look forward to growing your food! 2013 will be Big Lick's sixth year to offer community members our products. (more...)