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A key part of the mission of the St. Helena Farmers' Market is to empower our community with knowledge to buy, cook and eat good food.  During our monthly Lecture Series, passionate teachers share their stories, skills and knowledge.  Market shoppers will learn from Farmers, Winemakers, Ranchers, Skilled Gardeners, Beekeepers, Crafters and Chefs.


If you are interested in doing a lecture please contact Avery Kelly Market Educator at


Next Lecture: June 21st, 2024

10.30 a.m.: Jessica Mennella, "Scents of the Valley"

Generously sponsored by Louis M. Martini Winery

2023 Lecture Series

We are very grateful to the following who hosted Lectures in 2023:
May 12: Lauren Buffaloe-Muscatine,"Five Easy Seeds to Save",
Napa County Seed Library

June 9: Aimee Wyrick, "The Ecology, Benefits and Propagation of Local Native Plants”, Pacific Union College
Jun 23: Erin Arnsteen, "Monarchs & Other Pollinators, Co Founder of the Western Monarch Society of Napa County/Monarch Joint Venture
Jul 14: Ryley Schlachter, Leaf and Flower Printing from the Garden" The Charter Oak
Aug 11: Eric Mayer, "Biochar: What Is It And How To Use It”, Founder of Napachar

Sep 29:  Henni Cohen,“Native Pollinator Native, California Native Plants Society – Napa Chapter

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