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farms Turtle Run

 Graham, NC   

Turtle Run is a small family farm in historic Saxapahaw NC. Our specialties include a delicious small purple plum tomato that we call "Little Cherokee" . This tomato was developed here at our farm quite by accident after we noticed a biologic sport on a small length of tomato vine on an otherwise normal looking Sungold tomato plant.  more...

farms Cozi Farm

 Graham, NC   

Cozi Farm is a diversified, thriving polyculture where animals are treated with reverence and grace, earthworms are cherished, and all critters eat a species-appropriate diet.  more...

farms Benjamin Vineyards & Winery

 Graham, NC   

U-pick muscadine grapes, 11 varieties, September 1 through October 30.  more...

farms Castlemaine Farm

 Liberty, NC   

2012 CSA sign ups are underway! Castlemaine Farm is located in the Snow Camp community of SW Alamance County, and 2012 will be our 9th growing season. In addition to offering CSA  more...

farms Blessed Earth Farm Enterprises

 Graham, NC   

Blessed Earth Farm owns and operates a small FDA certified pickling facility at home. We use only NC grown produce for our"Impeccable Pickles & Preserves". Most of the produce we grow ourselves, some of it we purchase from small, local farmer's and Farmer's Markets.  more...

member The Garden of Concord

 Graham, NC   

The Garden of Concord is an organic community garden planted in Eli Whitney, NC. We grow and harvest together seasonal vegetables, fruits, herbs, flowers, and friendships. This year we are offering seasonal memberships for $10 per season (Spring, Summer, Fall) or $25 for all three with a commitment to work one hour per week.  more...

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