We believe that access to healthy food is a human right. Our Pay What You Can Farm Stand offers organically grown fruits, herbs and vegetables to everyone, regardless of income. Thank you for supporting a just food system that nourishes people and the land!
Location and 2023 Hours:
EarthDance Organic Farm School
233 S Dade Ave, Ferguson MO, 63135
May 5 – September 24
October 1 – November 19
Our Farm Stand is handicap accessible. We accept cash, card, EBT and senior vouchers. For more information on senior nutrition vouchers, please visit this page: https://agriculture.mo.gov/abd/fmkt/
How it works:
Retail value prices will be displayed by each item, but all produce is available on a pay what you can basis. That means whatever price you deem affordable for yourself or your family will be the price you pay. If you are in a position to pay more, to help the next customer, we greatly appreciate your contribution!
We believe that everyone deserves access to healthy food, and also that farmers deserve a living wage!
How to shop at the Pay What You Can Farm Stand:
Step 1: Choose your items.
Step 2: Cashier rings you up and tells you the total retail value of your items.
Step 3: You choose how much you can pay, and pay (using cash, credit card, EBT, or senior market voucher).
Step 4: Enjoy your fruits and vegetables from EarthDance!
Step 5: Tell a friend about the Pay What You Can Farm Stand.
Please note: In an effort to share our food with as many community members as possible, there is a limit of $30 retail value of produce per person, per visit.
Thank you to everyone who helped make this dream become a reality:
Tao + Lee Architects
Red Beard Construction
Missouri Department of Agriculture
2020 brought profound changes at the farm, and a chance to serve our community in new ways. EarthDance set out to meet the challenge of quickly getting immune-boosting food into the hands of those most in need.
In March of 2020, in response to the coronavirus crisis, EarthDance debuted a Pay What You Can Drive-Thru Farm Stand, and continued offering pay what you can pricing at the EarthDance Ferguson Farmers Market booth.
The success of this project inspired us to develop a physical on-farm Farm Stand, geared especially towards serving EarthDance’s neighbors in Ferguson, Dellwood, Berkeley, Kinloch, Calverton Park, and Cool Valley.
With the support of a grant from the Missouri Department of Agriculture and the in-kind gift of design services by the architects of Tao + Lee Associates, EarthDance refurbished the farm’s tool shed into a Pay What You Can Farm Stand1