News from EarthDance

EarthDance is offering Organic Farm School Classes at St. Louis Earth Day

by Becca Pace April 3, 2017

Day                    Time                Class                                                                     Presenter Saturday […]

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A Note from the Founder April 2017

by Becca Pace April 3, 2017

Operating a successful small-scale high-yielding diversified vegetable farm is like performing a well choreographed group dance, planting different seeds at just the right time, and harvesting those whilst preparing other beds for transplants. Operating a working farm that is also open to the community and serves as an organic farm school is like a variety […]

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EarthDance Explorer Open House THIS SATURDAY!

by Kaitie Adams March 22, 2017

EarthDance is excited to announce the region’s first Organic Farming Explorer Post here on the farm in Ferguson! The Explorer Program, coordinated through the Boy Scouts of America, offers co-ed career exploration for youth ages 14-21. As members of the Farm School post teens will learn about organic farming, and nutrition, gain skills in farming, […]

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Changes Ahead: New Business Plan & Permanent Beds

by Matt December 23, 2016

At EarthDance, we strive to operate an efficient and profitable farm, while welcoming the public to explore organic farming, and training beginning farmers in organic methods.  We demonstrate best business and production practices so that our apprentices will be equipped to start farming and earn a livelihood.  With this in mind, EarthDance sought a Value-Added […]

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Winter Note From the Founder

by Molly December 23, 2016

A poem for you Winter. Solstice. (or, The Longest Night of the Year.) Long periods of darkness have begun to see a great light Longer days, awakening slowly to the still-so-far-away spring Longing for warmth, for comfort food, for the nearness of loved ones Longest nights of the year for those without shelter or a […]

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