"Eating healthy food improves the quality of your life and overall health. The food we grow not only addresses food insecurity, it aids in health and mental care." --Daria Keys, Food & Farm Lead Organizer
Healthy Food Access
Empowering healthy decisions and improving access to healthy food are key to A Red Circle’s program development.
Healthy Flavor Community Garden and Healthy Community Market
A Red Circle doubles down on holistic living with the Healthy Flavor Community Garden and the Healthy Community Market.
At the Community Garden, we tangibly show that good food promotes wellness and bring beauty to the region with our beds of flowers. The garden provides food for the Community Market, which houses an affordable farmers' market, natural product vendors, and other helpful resources.
Please visit the Community Market at 351 Chambers Road, St. Louis, MO 63137, from 8 a.m. to noon on the last Saturday of the month from May through October.
North County Agricultural Education Center
The North County Agricultural Education Center is a collaborative growing space in Pine Lawn, Missouri where we will grow food and teach about the STEM behind growing food. We will also educate the community on food justice. Finally, we will introduce young people to careers and entrepreneurship opportunities in good food.
Good Food Fridays
The North County Agricultural Education Center, is a collaborative growing space in Pine Lawn, Missouri where we will grow food and teach about the STEM behind growing food. We will also educate the community on food justice. Finally, we will introduce young people to careers and entrepreneurship opportunities in good food.
Please visit us weekly, May through October.
Farmer Conservation and Support
Within our Community Wellness Department, The Food and Farm team works to rebuild the local system by helping to provide knowledge and tools that will assist them to maintain and restore the natural resources with their gardens. Small scale vegetable growers that help build their farm capacity from seed to distribution. This helps expands their use of climate smart growing practices. These initiatives include establishing an equipment share program, bulk order coordination, collaborative training sessions, and on-farm consults support positively impact climate change and our rivers.