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illuminating hearts: Heart Fire + the Secret of Sound

“Certain forms of music, like beautiful fragrances, awaken associations in us that are primordial, eternal, and ultimate. These timeless associations call us to the core of our spiritual being.” – Wayne Teasdale Ryan Muff and Lily Livingston of illuminating hearts are returning to Lodestar Gardens and Learning Center for a powerful weekend, July 7-9, of soul exploration and intentional sound! All that exists in the Read More →

2017 Winter Market Preview – April 22

This Saturday (April 22) at Lodestar Gardens, Linda Owens and Robin Whitlock from Sunshine Herbs in Show Low, will be giving an encore noontime presentation discussing the culinary and medicinal uses of five more common native plants. The presentation starts at 12 noon and the market starts at 11 a.m. Linda and Robin gave their first presentation on March 25, and Saturday’s presentation will be Read More →

Customers Tour Lodestar & Harvest Their Own Fresh Veggies

On Sunday, March 30, twenty Lodestar Gardens customers braved the winds and took a tour of Lodestar Gardens and Learning Center. The event was hosted by members of the Lodestar Gardens Mini Grassroots Co-Op who grew the food in the Lodestar high tunnel. Customers filled baskets with our winter produce. The Co-Op is preparing to plant seeds and transplant starts for the spring season. To Read More →

Lodestar Grassroots Mini Co-Op

Lodestar Grassroots Mini Co-Op   Creating a Year-Round Food Producing Source for 5 Families The immediate purpose for a mini co-op at Lodestar Gardens is to utilize existing space, facilities and human resources (labor) for the purpose of producing food for the grower-participants. Not money, but time and energy is the currency of exchange in this endeavor to create a source of year-round local food. Read More →


  LODESTAR GARDENS & Learning Center Projects for 2014   Aquaculture Creating a Fertigation System for a High Tunnel Growing Space Based on our research and Sylvia Bernstein’s work Aquaponics, we currently pump water from a pond containing 95,000 gallons of water (and home for catfish, trout and striped bass) to six growing beds in a nearby high tunnel. We are preparing to add an Read More →

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