Grandpa Admire's lettuce

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This very pretty bicolor butter head lettuce was introduced to the public in the mid 1800s. The heads of Grandpa Admireā??s Lettuce are large and loose, with pale green leaves, washed with two distinct shades of bronze and red. The taste is mild and the leaves are hearty and substantive

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Uprising Seeds and Uprising Organics Farm

  Bellingham, WA

We are a small diversified organic vegetable farm specializing in growing open pollinated and heirloom varities. Our interests lie in the re-distribuition of food to underserved communities as well as the remembering of seed saving for the future of food security based in regional stewardship of locally adapted plant varieties. (more...)


Two Mule Farms

  Armuchee, GA

Two mule farms is located on the banks of the Oostanaula river in the foothills of north georgia. We strive to raise the highest quality chemical free produce. To date we offer over 25 varities of vegtables; Lettuce, spinach, chard, onions, potatoes, beans, peas, corn, tomatoes, squash, peppers, watermelon,and cantaloupe just to name a few. (more...)


Turtle Creek Farm

  Mondovi, WI

Thank you to all of our CSA members in 2008. It was a challenging year for us, and unfortunately, we could not continue on our farm for 2009. We have moved to oregon to be closer to family and will eventually try again to have a farm and CSA in the future. (more...)


Tomahnous Farm

  Mahomet, IL

We raise a diverse variety or certified organic fruits, vegetables, and mushrooms as well as honey, milk, eggs, and pasture fed & heritage meats.(more...)


Thundering Hoof Ranch LLC

  Berlin, WI

Thundering Hoof Ranch LLC is located in Green Lake County within the beautiful and gentle rolling hills. At The Ranch we have a strong tie to the land. We are working to preserve and restore habitat for wildlife by replacing once highly eroded row crop land with sustainable forage based farming, restored windbreaks, and set aside habitats. (more...)


Thread Creek Farm

  Grand Blanc, MI

In 1831 our family settled along Thread Creek, seven generations later our family is still here farming the same land. Thread Creek Farm currently offers seasonal Certified Naturally Grown produce and fall decorations grown without synthetic chemicals. School field trips are available. (more...)