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2017 Winter Market Preview – April 15

There are only a couple Lodestar Gardens Winter Farmers’ Markets remaining on the calendar! This Saturday (April 15), we feature two speakers who will offer some good information and preparation advice for the coming summer months. Dan Kipp, of Continuous Rain Gutter Systems (located one mile east of the ‘Y’) will speak at 12 noon about rainwater harvesting. At 1 p.m., Jon Vaught will discuss Read More →

2017 Winter Market Preview – April 8

You might have heard us mention WWOOFers before, well this Saturday (April 8) at the Lodestar Gardens Winter Market is your chance to find out all about what that means from two experienced WWOOFers. Our former farm manager, Bobbi Wilson, and current farm manager, Mark Nelson, will be our noontime presenters – discussing pathways for young adults (and adult adults!) to experience cultural exchange and Read More →

2017 Winter Market Preview – April 1

It’s hard to believe it’s already April! This Saturday (April 1) at the Lodestar Gardens Winter (Spring now, I guess) Farmers’ Market, our own Barbara and Clark Hockabout and master ceramics instructor, RA, will be presenting about homemade garden supplements. The market begins at 11 a.m., with the presentation starting at 12 noon. Please call (928) 587-1660 or e-mail for a map and directions Read More →

Acupressure Workshop – Friday, March 31

If you’re looking for more natural ways of dealing with pain, building your immune system, reducing your medical costs and curtailing your use of those expensive drugs, then our workshop this Friday, March 31, is for you! Monte Cunningham, a local expert in acupressure will be hosting a class from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. on Friday at Lodestar Gardens. Please call (928) 587-1660 or Read More →

2017 Winter Market Preview – March 25

Head out to Lodestar Gardens this Saturday (March 25) for our Winter Farmers’ Market. Our noontime presenters are Linda Owens and Robin Whitlock from Sunshine Herbs in Show Low, who will be discussing the culinary and medicinal uses of five common native plants. The presentation starts at 12 noon and the market starts at 11 a.m. Saturday’s presentation will be the first of two discussions Read More →

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