Canada Crookneck Squash
The Canada Crookneck Squash is a bottle-shaped winter squash with a curved neck, weighing between two and four pounds. The interior flesh is creamy and not at all stringy, with an excellent sweet and nutty flavor. It is an ancestor of the modern Butternut squash and is cultivated in New England and the Northeast. Currently, there is only one remaining commercial source of seed, making this variety highly endangered.
Located on the Dennys River, Kilby Ridge Farm is one of the last remaining New England village farms. Our farm store is located in our c. 1767 ell. we raise and sell Icelandic Fiber - yarn and roving, Icelandic Pelts, Whole lamb, Heritage Breed Poultry, Heirloom Vegetables and farm fresh eggs. (more...)
Come and taste the difference of locally grow, farm fresh, certified organic produce direct from our farm. It is sure to be a treat for everyone! Here we grow many different and unique varieties of gourmet vegetables, herbs and melons which include a great number of heirlooms and specialty crops from around the world. (more...)
We are a locally owned organic farm nestled on the banks of the Yakima River dedicated to providing the freshest produce for the discerning customer. We grow a varierty of mixed vegetables and herbs with as many heirlooms as possible, utilizing only sustainable and earth-friendly methods. (more...)
Local, delicious, beautiful and the best tomatoes we have ever eaten describe what we hear about our heirloom vegetables grown from seeds on our organic farm. We use no herbicides, pesticides or GMO seeds or products containing GMO's. materials. (more...)
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...)
Welcome to Finch Creek Farm! Our Farm is located between Winder and Statham just above HWY 211. We started our Certified Naturally Grown Vegetable Farm in March 2011. We continue to serve others through our popular CSA, through local Farmers' Markets, locallygrown.net online markets, local restaurants, and Whole Foods Markets. (more...)