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Sleeping Rainbow. Yellowstone National Park. A small crew is kept busy year-round with pruning, irrigation, replanting, and spraying. As each fruit crop comes into season, the fruit is made available to the public on a pick-your-own basis. The Fremont River was the key to life; without irrigation, farming would have been impossible. Although most of the structures of the Fruita settlement are gone with the exception of the restored schoolhouse, the Gifford house and barn, and a few othersthe orchards remain and dominate the landscape.

Women often quilted together and men and boys were especially fond of baseball. The population averaged about 10 families. Fruit growers usually picked the fruit prior to maturation and hauled it by the wagon load to bigger towns like Price and Richfield - and beyond. Capitol Reef National Park Fruita.

However, as the trees become overage, horticultural workers are slowly replacing the patchwork quilt-like layout of the orchards with a more oderly arrangement consisting of large tracts of monocultures, e. The park Superintendent sets the per pound or bushel price after checking local commercial orchard prices. The desks were movable and the community enjoyed dances and box socials in the little building.

It is very difficult for park rangers to "open" orchards for picking in small "penny packets" and still exercise the control needed to protect the trees from damage and pickers from unsafe acts. Arches National Park. Two deserts, two large ecosystems whose characteristics are determined primarily by elevation, come together at Joshua Tree National Park.

Unlike some of the other small settlements that grew up further downriver - Aldrich, Caineville, Blue Valley - Junction was usually spared the more extreme devastation caused downriver by frequent flooding.

Well into the modern era, farming techniques in Fruita remained in the 19th century. Inthe name of the little settlement was changed to "Fruita". Sheets Gulch. Many of the residents structures and outbuildings were razed. Bryce Canyon National Park. Inresidents of Fruita then Junction had built a passage through Capitol Gorge that extended to Caineville and Hanksville. For both visitors and regional residents, Fruita will continue to be the "Eden of Wayne County". Capitol Reef NPS info.

Zion National Park. Other soon followed, and the community that sprang up became known as "Junction". Gifford Homestead. The settlement never incorporated. The first "resident" may have been an squatter by the name of Franklin Young, but the first landholder of record was Niels Johnson.

It was not until World War II that the first tractor was purchased. Upper Muley Twist. These trees - apple, pear, peach, cherry, apricot, mulberry, even Potowatomee Plum - are the most obvious reminder of the pioneer community that once prospered in the narrow valley of the Fremont River.

Although he may take the isolation of Fruita into consideration in setting prices, he is not permitted to undercut private enterprise.

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Fruita Schoolhouse. Halls Creek. The orchards of her residents prospered and before the turn of the century Junction was know as "the Eden of Wayne County". Brimhall Bridge Hike.

The Colorado Desert encompasses the eastern part of the park and features natural gardens of creosote bush Maine ocean islands provide the only nesting sites for Atlantic puffins in the United States. Because the trees were planted in smallish family orchards originally - each with a wide variety of fruit - fruit ripens in many "mini-orchards" at varying times.

The orchards - all owned by the National Park Service - are maintained at a level of about 2, trees with 1, in production.

Waterpocket District. You believe in buying only what you need, and in making what you own last, but even the most frugal among us must admit The North Face 3-Season Tents. Grand Canyon National Park. Canyonlands National Park. Horseback Riding. Residents also held church activities there, as well as in private homes.

In this way, the gross aspect of the "historic landscape" will be maintained but the fruit harvest will be much easier to manage. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Although it became widely known in south-central Utah for its orchards, Fruita residents also grew sorghum for syrup and molassesvegetables and alfalfa.

Everglades National Park. The one-room schoolhouseconstructed by residents inalso served as a community center. Cathedral Valley.

Park Regulations. This was a formidable undertaking when one considers that in it took the Mormon Bishop of Torrey more than an hour and a half to travel the ten miles between Fruita and Torrey in the best weather. Although some Fruita men worked on state ro, annual fruit sales remained the major sources of cash income.

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After World War II, visitors began to arrive in increasing s; the road from Richfield to Torrey was paved in Inthe pavement was extended to Fruita; the world had found the Capitol Reef country. Petroglyph Pullout. Along the Fremont River, barter served as the means for acquiring goods and services; cash was in short supply. Long reliance on barter as the main method of obtaining basic life needs shielded the Fremont River settlers from the cash drought that plagued the nation. Yosemite National Park. Hamburger Rocks. The new general management plan for Capitol Reef National Park cites the value of the orchards as a "historic landscape" and affirms the resolve of the NPS to preserve them.

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The origin of the little community at the junction of the Fremont River and Sulphur Creek is obscure. As visitation to the monument increased in the post war years, the National Park Service NPS determined to purchase all the Fruita property still in private hands.

Grand Teton National Park. Glacier National Park. Settlement came late to south-central Utah; the Capitol Reef area wasn't charted by credible explorers until In the last half of that decade, Latter Day Saints Mormon settlers moved into the high plateau lands west of Capitol Reef and established communities based on short-season farming and grazing.

Lower Muley Twist. Spring Canyon.

Contrary to what one might imagine, Fruita sheltered passionate supporters of Franklin D. Roosevelt as well as more conservative "Hooverites". Fifty years ago, Fruita was spared much of the anguish that the Great Depression brought to other communities in America. Scenic Drives.

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Management of the orchards, especially during picking season, presents some difficult problems to resolve. They then looked to the east, along the corridor of water snaking through the soaring cliffs and domes of the Waterpocket Fold - the Fremont River. If the road between Torrey and Fruita was difficult, the "road" between Fruita and Hanksville - 37 miles east - was nearly impossible. Cryptobiotic Soil. Although it wasn't recognized at the time, the establishment of Capitol Reef National Monument in would become a tolling bell for the Fruita community.

Death Valley National Park.

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This primitive roadway was called the "Blue Dugway" and it served to connect the river settlements with the rest of Utah until after World War II. This narrow wagon track was so difficult, however, that the little communities remained some of the most isolated in American until the midth century. Rocky Mountain National Park. Local authority - such as it was - was vested in the Mormon "Presiding Elder".