RECLAIM + SUSTAIN

  • Thomas Dunn Learning Center 3113 Gasconade Street St. Louis, MO, 63118 United States

Solidarity Economy presents...

RECLAIM + SUSTAIN
FOOD AND FARM WEEKEND


On Saturday, September 9th 12-7pm at Thomas Dunn Learning Center (3113 Gasconade St. 63118), Solidarity Economy St. Louis is hosting RECLAIM + SUSTAIN: A FOOD AND FARM WEEKEND. We're bringing people together around the belief that everyone should have access to healthy, affordable, and locally-sourced food. We'll be sharing and connecting with farmers, gardeners, business owners, chefs, holistic healers, educators, artists, community organizers, and anyone else who wants to be part of a food justice movement. To support our event, visit solidaritystl.org and click the "Donate" button at the bottom of the page.

If you want to transform our food system from the ground up, RECLAIM + SUSTAIN is for you!

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5 Ways to Help Make RECLAIM + SUSTAIN a Reality
1. People power - help out with set-up, take down, workshops, vending, and more!
2. Outreach - spread the word in your networks through advertising, flyering, doorknocking, inviting us to come speak at your next event
3. Food - donate food, snacks, produce for the weekend
4. Equipment - let us know if you have access to sound systems, tables, chairs, tents, etc.
5. Raffle prizes - donate something for raffles, bartering, and giveaway opportunities! (bonus points if it’s something that you’ve created yourself)
Email solidaritystl@gmail.com with subject line RECLAIM + SUSTAIN to help.

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Help a Farmer

Self-determination and cooperation are key to liberation! They are also the keys to a strong food system that nurtures the people.

With these keys, we are creating:

A Food / Farm Map to locate the farmers, gardeners, food producers, and distributors who reclaim our land and sustain our people. To find help for your Food / Farm Project, please visit http://bit.ly/2tMtg4l.

A Food / Farm Network to offer help, support, distribution, marketing, publicity, and more to our farmers, gardeners, and food producers. This network gets hands-up learning about how to make our food system and land work for us. To get connected with a food / farm project that needs your help, please visit http://bit.ly/2tu1czS.