2015 was so much fun. Just check out these snapshots from our community farms and gardens!
We want to see you out there in 2016! Please consider joining our
as a sponsor or low-income subsidized member, or join one of our Seeds of Hope Farm co-op , or community gardens helping low-income St. Louisans to serve their families fresh food, or attend one of our volunteer to help us do our important work gardening classes.
Our monthly dinners provide a fun, free, and accessible way for the whole family to learn about cooking. Our dinners are farm-fresh and delicious!
75 families received farm shares this year. In 2016 we want to serve your family too! Signing up for the Seeds of Hope Farm Co-op is easy, just click . here
Students from Washington University planted beets…and then elementary students from Lucas Crossing harvested them!
Our give you a view to what’s happening at your neighborhood farm, what’s in your farm box, and what’s a good way to serve it for dinner! weekly newsletters
Many low-income members enjoy earning their farm boxes by volunteering.
Our provide a fun, free, and accessible way for the whole family to learn about cooking. Our dinners are farm-fresh and delicious! monthly dinners
Our free show you budget-friendly ways to get started in a community garden plot or in your own backyard! gardening classes
Our in Bel-Ridge, Overland, Spanish Lake, Lemay, and Castle Point help empower families to eat better, get active, and cut down on grocery costs! community gardens
Our community gardens in Bel-Ridge, Overland, Spanish Lake, Lemay, and Castle Point help empower families to eat better and get active!