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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Otter Hook Farms

  Greenville, NY

We grow a wide variety of heirloom vegetables for our CSA, using organic practices. We use a variety of rock powders and minerals on our soil to increase the nutrient density of our crops. (more...)


Old Yellow Horse heirloom seeds and heritage gifts

  Sault Ste Marie, MI

Our primary focus is the preservation of heirloom seeds, providing fresh quality produce and growing herbs for our all natural soap, salves and lip balms. You can purchase items on line through my web-site or at Sault Ste Marie's local farmers market, on Wednesdays from 4:00p.m.- 7:00 p.m. , April-Nov/Dec.(more...)


Nevermore Farm

  Arbuckle, CA

We are a sustainable, small (tiny!) farm that features CSA subscriptions with optional eggs, and may occasionally attend local farmer's markets. We serve Colusa, Williams, Arbuckle, Woodland, Davis and the small towns on I-5 along the way. We focus on bringing the vanishing flavors and colors of heirloom fruits and vegetables to our customers. (more...)


Nature's Finest, Inc.

  Champaign, IL

Our good health involves year-round organic sustainable production of naturally nutritious vegetables. To provide you with the most flavorful varieties, we start our plants from organic and saved seed. What we offer you is what we grow to eat & enjoy. Your suggestions are always welcome. :) (more...)


Mudjoy Farm

  Dayton, OR    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Americans derive almost all of their calories from just 12 crops. Yet, botanists estimate that 10,000 edible plants exist. Our mission is to showcase some of these novel and rare crops, while at the same time offering the traditional varieties that we all know and love. (more...)


Mountain Cloud

  Clark Fork, ID

As stewards of the land, we here at Mountain Cloud Farm are committed to growing nutrient dense delicious vegetables, soul lifting cut flowers and raising healthy, free ranging animals using beyond organic methods. This year, 2014 we are in the second growing season on our farm. We moved here in June 2012, from Colorado's Western slope. (more...)