A Guide to Temporary Food Permits in the City of St. Louis

The City of St. Louis in alignment with its priorities for improved health and racial equity, has reformed its temporary food permit options. After months of conversations with residents, existing vendors, aspiring vendors, farmers markets managers, and environmental health advocates, the Missouri Coalition for the Environment (MCE) and the City of St. Louis Department of…

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A Guide to Temporary Food Permits in the City of St. Louis

Statewide Local Food Resources Map

Explore MCE’s Statewide Local Food Resources Map to find efforts in cities across Missouri working to support local, sustainable food systems! Check out our other food system maps and story maps: Statewide Factory Farm Map and Story Map Policy and Agriculture Story Map Sustainable Agriculture Story Map Soil Story Map St. Louis Interactive Local Foodshed…

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Statewide Local Food Resources Map

Social Media Advocacy – Food & Farm

Below, you will find templates for posts with actions to support MCE’s Food and Farm program. Share these as Instagram stories or posts to inspire your followers to take action to protect their environment! Helpful reminders as you share your post: If you share an Instagram story, don’t forget to use the link feature, which…

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Social Media Advocacy – Food & Farm

Greater St. Louis Area Gleaning Program

What is Gleaning  Gleaning involves a team of volunteers going to a farm to harvest or pick up already harvested unwanted food from the farmer for donation. Gleaned food is quickly distributed to food-insecure individuals and families in the region.  Gleaning is happening all across the country and as of June 2020, it is now…

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Greater St. Louis Area Gleaning Program