News from EarthDance

November 14th, Wes Jackson, President of The Land Institute, delivered a lecture at St. Louis University, “An Agriculture Where Nature is the Measure,” in which he made his point about what the audience was to take away from the afternoon explicit and early: Efficiencies inherent within the Natural Integrities. “Say it again,” he repeated three […]

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Double Bucks Progress Soars

by Jennifer Fleischmann November 13, 2014

This week, National Public Radio released an article “How ‘Double Bucks’ for Food Stamps Conquered Capitol Hill”, stating that the government will be allocating $100,000,000 to matching dollar (also known as “double bucks”) programs for SNAP, or food stamp, benefits. Over the next 5 years that money will go towards “boosting SNAP dollars when they’re […]

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Featured Recipe: San Marzano Trilogy Chili

by Jennifer Fleischmann November 3, 2014

The San Marzano Chili Trilogy was the Whole Body Department’s tasty entry at this year’s Whole Foods (Town & Country) 4th Annual Chili Cook-Off. Many thanks to our friends at Whole Foods for letting us share the recipe. For more seasonal recipes, healthy eating tips, & information about events at Whole Foods Town & Country, […]

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Note from the Founder

by Molly October 31, 2014

I’m really not quite sure how I got to be so lucky. Working at a place where every single day I get to watch the changing seasons – not just in the colors of leaves or the blooms of flowers, but in the foods planted and harvested from fields; where I get to brainstorm, plan, […]

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SLU Gardens to Tables

by Jennifer Fleischmann October 30, 2014

October 24th marked Saint Louis University’s 4th Annual Gardens To Tables Food Day, a celebration of the local food movement (held in conjunction with World Food Day, October 16th) at the campus garden. The event featured a tantalizing menu of small bites (80 percent of the ingredients were locally-sourced) prepared by Daniel Brewer, founder and […]

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