Yellow-Meated watermelon

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The Tohono O'Odham people, who are now the watermelon's cultural stewards, originally cultivated this yellow-meated fruit. The Yellow-meated watermelon is also known as Gepi by the Tohono O??odham people and as Sikyatko by the Hopi people. Watermelons were among the most important crops to the Piman and Hopi peoples, who ate them for six months of the year in the dry Arizona climate. The large oval watermelons have mottled green skin and bright orange-yellow meat. The prolific vines sprawl in all directions and are able to survive the high summer temperatures that are common to the desert environmen

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Yesterdays Favorites Farm

  Waynesboro, PA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

SHARES ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE 2017 SEASON We are a small family farm located back a long, winding lane in the rolling countryside north of Waynesboro. We specialize in heirloom vegetable varieties for our CSA. In our opinion, they have superior flavor. (more...)


Workman Farms

  Fallon, NV

We've been growing produce since 1960's.(more...)


Wolfe Pen Creek Farm

  Lone Oak, TX

A traditional family farm with Non-traditional capabilities. Over 4 acres of cultivated crops and orchard. We provide already picked. Peaches, blueberries,blackberries, and strawberries with both winter and summer time vegetables. Winter crops include onions, broccoli, kale, turnips, potatoes, and collard greens. (more...)


WitnessTree Land & Livestock

  Gerald, MO

We are a small family farm focusing on rare and heritage breeds of livestock and poultry and heirloom seeds. We also utilize some animal-powered farming methods, and are proponents of farming "the old way". We grow most of what we eat and strive to be more sustainable as we go along. (more...)


Windy River Eco Farm

  Big Lake, MN    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Windy River Eco Farm is a small one-woman farm using chemical free and sustainable techniques, with an emphasis on flavorful heirloom varieties. A large variety of tasty crops are grown so the season is well-supplied. You can expect an average of 8-10 different items in your weekly share. (more...)


Wilson Banner Ranch

  Clarkston, WA

Our landmark family heritage farm has been sustainably run and diversified for over 100 years. The orchards have many varieties dating back to the first fruit trees in the state. We believe in using environmentally friendly, scientifically proven methods of farming. (more...)