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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Tonnemaker Family Orchard

  Royal City, WA

Tonnemaker Family Orchard is a 126 acre fourth-generation family farm in Royal City, WA (southwest of Moses Lake). We are Certified Organic and have over 400 varieties of fruits and vegetables. Our specialties include heirloom tomatoes, unique summer squash, heirloom and specialty melons, cherries, apples, and around 250 varieties of peppers. (more...)


Three Girls and A Tractor

  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...)



The Zahradka Farm at Brown's Cove

  Baltimore, MD    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

The Zahradka Farm at Brown's Cove has been in existence for four generations. This 80 acre farm is run today by George Zahradka III. Just like his father and grandfather before him he runs every aspect of this small farm, from buying, to selling, planting to harvesting. (more...)


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The Weed Patch

  Belview, MN

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