This squash originated with Amish gardeners in the mountains of Maryland. The oval-shaped and slightly pointed squash can weigh up to 75 pounds. The Amish Pie Squash has pale orange flesh that is thick, sweet and moist.
Zephyr Creek Farms was established to provide a local food source for both our family and our community. We feel very strongly about the care and treatment of our animals, and the sustainability of our lands. We utilize a contained free-range system with all poultry. This free range system allows the birds a much wider array of vitamins and minerals as they graze the grasses and bugs while still protecting them from predators.
German family farm delivers to market organic vegetables for a small csa(spring summer fall only shares) 2013 call the farmhouse for application payment options
200.00 per share for each season german heavy european breads
polish crustiki and peirogi
Goatmilk soap and facial foaming washes and lotion
brandford farmers market tuesdays
weds may farmers market
Urban Agriculture at it's best! Backyard community farming brings sustainable farming practices to your backyard. Locally grown, organic method vegetable farm right out your door. Each farm is customized to your family size and dining habits. We grow, tend, and harvest for you. You provide the space, we grow!
We have added a consulting program teaching small scale organic farming to those who wish to do it yourself.
Also servicing restaurants in the Portland area
We custom grow organically grown heirloom vegetable and herb plants in the spring and we have a CSA and an organic buying club located in south central PA highlighting local organic produce and beef. The CSA runs for 20 weeks and the buying club is all year round. We post a bi-weekly spreadsheet of produce available through the buying club with pick-up at our farm on Friday or Saturday. We also have a drop off point in Chambersburg, PA on Saturday mornings.
WTR is a family farm built and worked by just the 6 of us Wynns. We are located in a historic valley near the Battle of Prairie Grove site. Once a "Viney Grove" for which it bears the name and then a heavy producer of tomatoes and strawberries in the early part of the 1900's, is now home to our "ranch". Initially growing hydroponic tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers, we now farm an additional 5 acres ranging widely in variety and amounts of field crops.