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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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...)


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...)


Steve and Robert's Market

  Springfield, MO

We are a growers only market. This market has been in existence for thirty years and continues to see growth as one of the largest growers only markets in the state of Missouri. We begin our regular season in mid April and meet three times a week [Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday] through October. We begin each market day at 8:30 A.M. (more...)


Riverbluff Farm

  Owensville, MO

We are a multi generational,diversified family farm focused on sustainable agricultural practices. Currently, we raise a mixed flock of free-range chickens, Rouen and Mallard ducks, East Friesian sheep, registered Saanen and Saanen x Nubian goats, and Jersey Cattle. (more...)


Red Ridge Farms

  Odessa, MO    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We began growing produce when we discovered our children had food allergies. Several processed food ingredients were the culprit, and we started reading and researching a healthier diet for our family. Since we both had a farming and agriculture background, we chose to grow alot of our food, so we could closely control what we were eating. (more...)


Our City Farm

  St. Louis, MO

Healthy Food from our farm to your table, without leaving the city! Urban Farm Fresh Eggs from Happy Heritage Breed Chickens Pasture-fed Free, Free-Range Organic fed Supplement Organic Flax Seed Supplement for Omega-3 We treat our girls good, like one of the family. (more...)