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Ashland Shop'n Kart is an independently owned grocery store based in Ashland, Oregon. Our store philosophy is centered on balance. Like most of our customers,we enjoy natural and organic food as well as "conventional" brands. Our customers' love of nature and natural foods has allowed us to become powerful buyers of natural and organic products.This allows us to offer prices so low that it's unlikely you'll find another store in the country that can compete with us..
Phone: (541) 488-1579
Web Site: www.AshlandShopNKart.com
Scott River Ranch Grass-Fed Organic Beef is a healthier and more flavorful choice for you, your family, and the environment. Our beef is born and raised on a family owned ranch near the Russian Peak Wilderness area in Northern California. Our animals are fed only USDA certified organic grass and hay from our own pastures. This allows us to minimize the stress on the animal, reduce the environmental cost of transportation, and eliminate any antibiotics or growth stimulants. .
Phone: (530) 467-4006
Web Site: www.ScottRiverRanch.com
12-21-12 is an Amazing Gateway to Possibilities
Presenting LAARKMAA from the Pleiades, sharing pertinent information as we move magically into the New Golden Age. A Q/A will follow. Laarkmaa communicates through Cullen Baird Smith and Pia Smith Orleane. (Click to learn more about Cullen and Pia.)
Amazing crystal bowl sound activations by Beverly Ann Wilson of The Crystal Room before the channeling begins. Don’t miss this beautiful opportunity to be in Mount Shasta!
Plan to spend the weekend in Mount Shasta during this amazing vibrational shift! We would love to see you there!
Dave's Clock Shop has the largest selection of floor clocks in Northern California and Southern Oregon. If it doesn't tick, tock to Dave. Friendly service that will fix your broken ticker. Dave has modern clocks and antique clocks too. Ask him to show you the musical animals he has in the front window.
Phone: (530) 842-4590
Web Site: www.ShopLocalBook.com/clocks/
Our Scott Valley Bluegrass Festival began in 2004. It has proven to be a wonderful way to introduce folks to our beautiful valley and, more importantly, as a scholarship fundraiser for the local valley high school. Bluegrass music, small towns and high mountain scenery are a pretty unbeatable combination. Don’t miss it this year!