The Innovative Small Farmers’ Outreach Program (ISFOP) and the St. Louis Urban Impact Center of Lincoln University Cooperative extension (LUCE) invite you to join:
David Price, Janet Hurst, ISFOP Farm Outreach Workers and Karen Davis, LUCE Regional Horticulture Educator, for a informative day visiting urban farms in the St. Louis area.
July 14, 2010 from 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
See urban farmers at work in the heart of the city
· Learn about intensive growing practices
· Season extension
· Therapeutic gardening and
· Visit a Farmers’ Market
This is a free event. However pre-registration required by July 7th, 2010.
David Price: 636-358-7097
Janet Hurst: 660-216-1749
Karen Davis: 314-867-4915
Directions to Schlafly Plaza from I-170:
1Take I-170 South toward I-170 0.8 miles
2 At exit 1A, take ramp left for I-64 East / US-40 East toward St Louis 1.8 miles
3 At exit 33C, take ramp right and follow signs for Bellevue Ave 0.1 miles
4 Turn right onto Bellevue Ave 1.0 miles
5 Turn right onto Southwest Ave 0.1 miles
6 Turn left onto Schlafly Plaza 0.0 miles
7 Arrive at 1 Schlafly Plz Saint Louis, MO 63143 0.0 miles.
We will meet at Schlafly Bottleworks, #1 Schlafly Plaza, St. Louis. We
will then depart for the tour. Transportation to and from Schlafly
Plaza will be provided to the first 20 people; vans will depart at 9:30
a.m. sharp, rain or shine. Lunch, dutch treat, will be at Bowood Café.
The tour will end at Schlalfy’s in time for their Maplewood Market.
Is your farm growing? Ask me about the Grow Your Farm course.http://missouribeginningfarming.blogspot.com
Debi Kelly, Extension Associate
University of Missouri
234 Ag Eng Bldg
Columbia MO 65211-5200
573-882-1905 or 800-433-3704 (MO only)
not every family needs a lawyer, not every family needs an accountant,
but every family needs a farmer...do you know yours? (Kathleen
Merrigan, USDA Deputy Secretary)