Please join Slow Food St. Louis and Cinema St. Louis for “Homegrown,” a documentary on urban, organic farming, playing as part of the 17th annual St. Louis International Film Festival at The Tivoli this Sunday, November 16th, at 5:15 p.m (6350 Delmar Boulevard). “Homegrown” (http://www.homegrown-film.com/about.html) documents the remarkable Dervaes family, a father, son, and two […]
Miss the summer farmers’ markets already? Never fear, the winter markets are here! Both the Maplewood Farmers’ Market and the St. Louis Community Farmer’s Market (Tower Grove) are back with winter markets. Each winter market will be open one Saturday per month from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Here are the details for each market: […]
Many of us were lucky enough to meet Alan McClure and do a tasting of his amazing chocolate at the February 2008 Slow Food St. Louis meeting. If you loved his chocolate and were thinking of getting some more for yourself or for holiday gifts, now is a great time. Alan is offering an amazing […]
Bryan and Christina Truemper of Farrar Out Farm in Frohna, MO, were recently interviewed for NPR’s All Things Considered to gauge how the economy is affecting them. You can read and listen to the interview (and read the comments) here: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=96323476 Comments, concerns, or thoughts about the piece? Tell us what you think by leaving […]
Slow Food St. Louis is proud to announce that we are a sponsor for Pesto Festo! A Harvest Celebration from EarthDance, Live Well Ferguson, and The Open Space Council. Tickets for Pesto Festo are now available, and you can get more details about this fun event here: Pesto Festo! A Harvest Celebration is just around […]
As Election Day approaches, here are a couple of articles that may be of interest: An article by Tom Philpott at Grist, Politics and the Dinner Table, outlines Barak Obama and John McCain’s stances on food and farm policy, and last weekend’s issue of The New York Times Magazine included an article entitled Farmer in […]
SloWednesday: SNAP For Local Food!
Wednesday, April 8 - Join Slow Food St. Louis, Schlafly Farmers Market manager Brian DeSmet, and Gabriel Hahn of Seeds of Hope Farm to learn about the SNAP 2 It! Double Dollar program.
Grants Help Farmers Seed a Delicious Future
St. Louis’ food future beckons with delicious variety because of investments being made this year in Missouri and Illinois farmers through Slow Food St. Louis’ biodiversity grants.
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