Here's an overview of this week's four-hour homeowner radio broadcast
Weekend Wake-Up Hour Driven By Sanderson Ford
Start your mornings off with Rosie on the House as we discover more about Wickenburg and Vulture Mine!
Sponsored by our friends at Sanderson Ford!
Outdoor Living Hour - Farm Fresh with Arizona Farm Bureau
Homeowner Topic: Open Lines!
Homeowner Topic: Making Room for Mom and Dad
If you are exploring your options for moving aging relatives into your home, there are a few things to consider including, ease of access through doorways, bathroom accommodations, safety precautions, and more
The March Staycation is in Wickenburg, AZ.
We talk with Rod Prat with Vulture Mine & Vulture City Tours. The mine and city was established by Henry Wickenburg.
Rod talks about reopening/operating the mine, restoring the city for public tours and the Ghost Hunts.
Wickenburg's Vulture Mine connection to Phoenix and Grand Avenue.
Details of more events around the state.
History of the KL Bar Dude Ranch and The Arizona Dude Ranch Association.
Arizona Highways April issue features the best sandwiches around the state.
Christina Underwood talks about the annual Tres Rios Nature Festival benefits the Wildlife For Tomorrow Foundation. Outdoor activities on the Gila River.
More list of events around the state, talking about the recent record snowfall on The Rim and Wildflower blooms.
Mark gives the history of Schnepf Farms. Hold many events throughout the year, including a U PICK EM seasonal event picking your own peaches and other fruits in season.
They are one of the largest Agri-tainment and Agri-tourism farms in the country. Their goal is to get visitors to reconnect to farms.
Discussion of modern day cattle rustling with a recent story. Cattle rustling exists today.
For years, Schnepf Farms holds their Peach Festival. But decided to stop doing it. Mark explains why.
Mark talks about the many varieties of peaches they grow. The two most popular peaches. And a mystery variety they named the Schnepf Peach.
How big can a peach tree get and the trimming/thinning process.
How long it takes for a peach tree to produce from planting and the life of a tree.
Orchards are staggered to ripening times for various fruits.
Their bakery and Airstream trailers on the farm for overnight stays.
Research showing the benefits of peaches.
Queen Creek Olive Mill is their neighbor.
Explains the growing industry of Agri-tainment.
Farm Bureau President Stephanie Smallwood talks about the latest at the bureau.
Talking about water. Recent winter rain and snow predicted to raise the reservoirs and the status of the current drought.
Discussion of the 100 Year Water Storage reports.
Waste water reclamation and a program called BE GROSS (Be A Guardian To Our Sewer System). Things to not flush down the toilet.
Looking back at 2108's Prop 127 on renewable energy.
CALLER: Questions to ask a contractor about filling in a sunken living room. Rosie gives some details.
Interview with Chris Kopach at the Tucson Festival Of Books on the University Of Arizona Mall.
CALLER: Stuccoed the house 2 years ago. The house was colder this winter than when it had just the siding. Is that normal?
CALLER: Has wooden fascia on adobe house with peeling paint. After sanding, is it better to go with a latex or oil based primer.
Explanation of cladding as another option.
Universal Design. Functional, sustainable, energy efficient.
Discussion of what would it take to bring Mom, Dad or family member home for care.