(Photo by Christina Estes – KJZZ) Farmer Hussein Al Hamka looks forward to learning aquaponics so he can grow his special produce year round.
We were so excited when we heard Hussein Al Hamka, International Rescue Committee Farmer and our Phoenix Public Market vendor, being interviewed on KJZZ today! Listen here to learn about the new Aquaponics Incubator Farm at 17th avenue and Camelback.
Meet Robert Lievens, the artist behind Fallen Wood Turnings. He’s been using fallen wood from urban forests and resourcing wood to create hand crafted pieces for over 8-years now. You can find unique, hand-turned wooden jewelry, bowls, wind chimes and sun catchers. Each piece has a story behind it, where the wood was sourced from, what type of wood and how it was found. Find wood bowls, salad spoons, knives made from varieties of wood found in the back country, brought in by a customer and even sourced from an old pool table! Stop by and talk with Robert about what he’s creating.
OPEN AIR MARKET 721 N Central Avenue (Central and McKinley)
Saturdays (May-Sep): 8 am to Noon
Saturdays (Oct-Apr): 8 am to 1 pm
Our Market accepts cash, all major credit cards, EBT, WIC CVVs & FMNP Checks. Double Up Food Bucks available.