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Grand Bay, ALABAMA -- WATERMELON FESTIVAL --  A July 4th tradition since 1973, the current version of the Grand Bay Watermelon Festival offers tourists and locals an opportunity to sample locally grown watermelon while enjoying amusement rides, arts & crafts, and informative displays from area merchants and service providers

Grand Bay, ALABAMA -- WATERMELON FESTIVAL -- A July 4th tradition since 1973, the current version of the Grand Bay Watermelon Festival offers tourists and locals an opportunity to sample locally grown watermelon while enjoying amusement rides, arts & crafts, and informative displays from area merchants and service providers

Watermelons wait to be harvested at Sessions farms in Grand Bay, Ala.

Watermelon Harvesting

Watermelons wait to be harvested at Sessions farms in Grand Bay, Ala.

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Grand Bay, Alabama...where I come from!

Grand Bay, Alabama...where I come from!

Grand Bay School - 1941

Grand Bay School - 1941

An impressive mix of pine savannas and wetlands, Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge straddles the border of Alabama and Mississippi and preserves a uniquely southern environment. With only 5 percent of wet pine savanna remaining across its originally range, the refuge is home to many unusual plants, including 9 species of carnivorous plants. Discover these and other marvels as you explore this remarkable place. Photo by Tom Carlisle via U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

An impressive mix of pine savannas and wetlands, Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge straddles the border of Alabama and Mississippi and preserves a uniquely southern environment. With only 5 percent of wet pine savanna remaining across its originally range, the refuge is home to many unusual plants, including 9 species of carnivorous plants. Discover these and other marvels as you explore this remarkable place. Photo by Tom Carlisle via U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Turpentine Still - near Grand Bay, Alabama

Turpentine Still - near Grand Bay, Alabama

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