Thanks for a great 2015!

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 Seeds of Hope Farm co-op as a sponsor or low-income subsidized member, or join one of our community gardens, or volunteer to help us do our important work helping low-income St. Louisans to serve their families fresh food, or attend one of our gardening classes. 

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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!
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Our weekly newsletters 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!
Many low-income members enjoy earning their farm boxes by volunteering.
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!
Our free gardening classes show you budget-friendly ways to get started in a community garden plot or in your own backyard!
Our community gardens in Bel-Ridge, Overland, Spanish Lake, Lemay, and Castle Point help empower families to eat better, get active, and cut down on grocery costs!

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