Gotta make sure it’s ripe.Ten watermelons at 10+ lbs a piece is about 100+ lbs for a tub.
Sorting and counting. This is a family endeavor, Father, Brother, Sons, and grandson. Porfirio and his family are from Guatemala and participating in the immigrant farmer program at Big River Farms/Minnesota Food Association. This is heavy work and they deserve a break. The watermelon is delicious and sweet, juicy and ripe. To sign up for CSA shares go here Big River Farms.
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Laurie Schneider is a visual storyteller whose portrait and documentary projects capture the humanity of her subjects. She specializes in photographing people who shape the landscape of our times, showing us how they look, what they do, and the way they influence our world. Laurie’s projects include commercial, editorial and portraiture work with sustainable agriculture, animals, and people. When she is not clicking the shutter, Laurie is riding horses or rescuing honeybee swarms. She is proud to be a steward of the land.
Laurie Schneider is a 2013 recipient of the Artist Initiative grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.Share on Facebook