News from EarthDance

2015 Crop Update

by Rachel on September 2, 2015

The Big Winners – Garlic!  We bought in a lot of garlic this year and also participated in a Slow Food St. Louis garlic project, where they gave out seed garlic from rare and heirloom varieties.  They got well composted and mulched in the fall and as a result we have lots of really fantastic […]

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September Note From the Founder

by Rachel August 31, 2015

Can you imagine walking into a convenience store and finding a bag of freshly-harvested greens more easily than you can find a bag of Cheetos? This is the kind of world I imagine, and the scenario everyone at EarthDance is actively working towards. We want fresh, locally-grown, organic veggies to be an EASY option, rather […]

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EarthDance is Hiring!

by Rachel August 27, 2015

EarthDance is seeking a part-time Bookkeeper and an Executive Assistant.  Positions could start as early as September 1st.  Apply Now! Bookkeeper Job Description Summary EarthDance is seeking a self-motivated and resourceful individual with excellent communication and organizational skills, and accounting experience, to serve as our Part-time Bookkeeper. The Bookkeeper will assist EarthDance in furthering our […]

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Reflections from a Farm in Ferguson: On Food, Parenthood, and Black Lives Matter

by Guest Contributor August 26, 2015

In August, members of the Junior Farm Crew participated in a writing workshop with Rebecca Rivvas, a journalist for the St. Louis American.  Crew Leader Tiffany Brewer wrote the following free-write as part of this session.   EarthDance is pleased that she shared her moving reflections. As the breeze rolls across my skin, I smile […]

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Meet Kaitie Adams, EarthDance’s New Volunteer Coordinator

by Rachel August 24, 2015

Kaitie Adams is a Southern Illinois native excited to put down roots in her new community. Kaitie’s love of local food and farming started slowly with weekly trips to the farmer’s market and leaning the importance of buying real food from real people. Over the years this interest slowly morphed into a large scale research […]

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