Mon Jul 8th 2013 7.00pm–8.00pm
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Gloria Attoun “SEEDS” from Seeds (Out Attoun - www.augustabottomsconsort.com www.magnificentmissouri.org 2007) L —Earthworms' dear friend Gloria sows musical Seeds of change to open tonight's conversation about St. Louis advocates efforts to get LOCAL and HEALTHY food in our schools.Buy it!
Dr. Mildred Mattfeldt-Beman, Professor and Chair, Dept of Nutrition and Dietetics, St. Louis University “Meg Hoester, Supervisor of High School and Community Student Programs for Missouri Botanical Garden” from LOCAL and HEALTHY FOOD for SCHOOLS (www.mobot.org/classes Foodology for Schools: Let's Grow! School Summit for the Greater St. Louis Region - at the Garden July 23-24 2013) N L —Educators, parents, school food managers - and kids! - can learn about local, healthy eating options available in some local schools - possible for all of them! Collaborations behind this movement are inspiring - and growing!Buy it!
Petra Haynes - Labadie MO resident “from LEO - Labadie Environmental Organization” from www.leomo.info - and see Labadie Environmental Organization and Save Our Bottoms on Facebook (July 10 - Public Hearing on coal ash landfill proposal with Public Service Commission 2013) N R L —Since 2009, LEO has been studying up on and opposing Ameren Missouri's proposal to build a landfill for coal ash, by-product of Labadie's power plant, in the Missouri River Floodway. This PSC hearing is a key point in the process - learn more - speak up!Buy it!
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