The Gilfeather is an egg-shaped, rough-skinned root, but unlike its cousins, it has a mild taste that becomes sweet and a creamy white color after the first frost. While the hardy Gilfeather turnip does well in nearly any climate, a touch of frost contributes to its unusual taste and texture. Developed and named after John Gilfeather from Wardsboro, Vermont, this turnip is one of the state's unique contributions to cold weather agriculture. Mr. Gilfeather carefully guarded his stock to ensure that no one else could propagate the vegetable. However, some seeds slipped by and a few folks have continued to grow the Gilfeather Turnip after Mr. Gilfeather died.
Our diverse farm produces over 500 varieties of vegetables over 100 varieties of fruit all selected for exceptional flavor. We were certified 'organic' for over 20 years by alternating certifiers; NFA,NOFA,OCIA, and Greenmarket. We choose not to be by the bogus USDAh definition. (more...)
The Genuine Faux Farm started its Farm Share CSA in 2005. Our produce is Certified Organic by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship and we are committed to sustainable farming methods. There are 120 share slots available with two size options during the regular 20 week season (June-Oct). (more...)
Jacy and Matt started their small farm on 2 rented acres in the spring of 2003 in Manhattan, and we farmed there through the 2007 growing season. In 2008, we were fortunate enough to start working our own ground. (more...)
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...)
Multicultural family cooperative small farm, ten acres, seeking food indepence with a real food system, fermented and wild foods as well as heritage and traditional seeds and breeds. Buy Fresh - Buy Local member Clean produce, vegetables,CSA, some fruit, poultry, eggs and looking to add a milk cow and feeder pigs this season. (more...)
I raise heirloom varieties of vegetable produce using organic and sustainable agricultural practices, and heritage breeds of livestock and poultry in a grass-based system supplemented with non-GMO grains. Vegetable produce, meat, eggs, jellies and pickles are available in season directly from the farm. (more...)