Moon & Stars watermelon

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The Moon & Stars Yellow-Fleshed Watermelon has a dark green skin flecked with yellow speckles and golden burst spots, giving it the appearance of a living galaxy. Graced with white seeds and a slightly ridged, thick rind, the Moon & Stars can reach up to forty pounds when thump-ready for eating. Its flesh is extraordinarily sweet and flavorful. The seeds for this watermelon, though popular in the before 1900, were thought to be gone forever until the 1980s, when Kent Whealy of Seed Savers Exchange, in collaboration with a Missouri farmer named Merle Van Doren, helped to resuscitate the breed and widely spread its popularity.

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  MARTHASVILLE, MO

Three Girls and A Tractor is our family produce business. My name is John Kopmann and I am in business with my wife Shari and our three daughters: Jamie, Sara and Katie. (more...)



Thistle Byre Farm

  Delphi, IN

Check out the farm pictures on face book..... We will not up date Local Harvest after this year due to costs ...check out face book for daily farm updates and useful information.....Our website is in the process of being updated...so face book is most accurate now....We are also on LinkedIn.. Eat clean and healthy food! (more...)


The Wild Way Out

  Coldwater, MI

The Wild Way Out is a completely different approach to agriculture and medicine in south central Michigan. We focus on unusual, heirloom and wild produce that has been grown and harvested in the most healthful way possible. (more...)


The Weed Patch

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Along the Minnnesota River bluffs we grow produce for a farmers market and a CSA. We grow only heirloom and open pollinated produce. (more...)


The Reluctant Farmer

  Salisbury, MA

The Reluctant Farmer is a small family owned farm located in beautiful Salisbury, MA. We strive to continue the tradition of heirloom tomatoes and vegetables. Plants are on sale spring through mid summer. By 2009 all of our vegetable plants will be sold in "cowpots", pots manufactured out of cow manure. (more...)