Grown & Gathered Heirloom Farm
Wells Road, Sappington
The Boulevard/Saint Louis, St. Louis
S. Kingshighway Boulevard, St. Louis
Bonhomme Avenue, St. Louis
Weidman Road, Manchester
Washington Avenue, St. Louis
Lagoon Drive, St. Louis
N Warson Road, St. Louis
Iowa Avenue, St. Louis
High Ridge Boulevard, High Ridge
W Sand Bank, Columbia
S 9th Street, St. Louis
Westport Plaza, St. Louis
Gravois Road, St. Louis
St. Louis 63126
St. Louis 63128
Anchorage Lane, St. Louis
Westport Plaza, St. Louis
July is shaping up to be real nice, hope to see you out and about 💚
7/11 Live from the Drive in South County (message me for details) 2-3pm
7/15 The Heavy Anchor w/ Langen Elise and Banks and Cathedrals 9pm
7/17 Grown & Gathered Heirloom Farm 9-11am
7/21 Burger Week at Alpha Brewing Co 6-8pm
7/24 Paddlewheel Cafe at Riverboats at the Gateway Arch 1-4pm (duo with David Newmann)
7/31 Schlafly Beer pop-up in Tower Grove Park 1-5pm
📸: Amira Harris
9am-11am Grown & Gathered Heirloom Farm: Saturday Morning Market (STL)
4pm-7pm Alpha Brewing Co presents Cree Rider
I hope everyone is doing ok out there in these trying times. I think just "hanging in there" is good enough given the circumstances, and if you are lucky enough to be able to say that, then I think you deserve a pat on the back. I'd say "hanging in there" is about the best I can offer to you as to how I am doing/feeling.
It is a strange time to be a performer/artist/musician or even just a human, I suppose. It certainly has been a few months of reflection and reevaluation of just what the heck I am doing, and why. I struggle with it sometimes, but in the end, creating and performing will always be it's own reward, and there is just no quantifying the good that it brings my soul. Even in the most uncertain times, music can bring the performer or listener peace of mind; or maybe help us cope, deal or offer new insights to the world around us. All this is to say, I am keepin' on keepin' on and I suppose I will until they bury me 'neath the clover.
I am being pretty cautious about putting myself out there at this time, and have had to say "no" to more things than I would like. However, I am playing a solo acoustic gig this Sunday July 19th at 4:30 pm (until 7:30 pm) in Waterloo, IL at Vintage Wine Bar (event in the comments) and August 1st at Grown & Gathered Heirloom Farm Farmers Market at 9:30 am (until 11:30 am). Both are outdoor gigs.
Also, don't be surprised if you see me, or Cheryl and I, pop up with another live stream sometime in the not distant future.
Other than solo acoustic, or maybe duo performances with Cheryl, I am not participating in any band projects at this time. It hurts me to say this. I love my bandmates and the bands I play with and hope we can all get back in action sooner rather than later.
I did release a single a month ago w/ band called "City of Blues". Please check it out anywhere you find your digital music (Spotify, Amazon, Apple Music, etc...) under Cree Rider, or just visit my website (link in the comments). I have three other tracks mostly recorded from 2019 that I will continue to work on and will hopefully see release this year.
Let's be kind and understanding of one another, and help each other out when we can. Let's support our neighbors and communities around us who are calling out for our support. Let's be strong and weather this unprecedented storm that is 2020, and let's make it through to the other side together, as one. Yes, I am a dreamer.
Learn more about African Travel, Inc with Director of Sales, Kevin Cowie, and a local gem, Grown & Gathered Heirloom Farm, with founder Noelle Wagner.
We are excited to welcome Noelle Wagner, founder of Grown & Gathered Heirloom Farm, as well as Kevan Cowie, Director of Sales at African Travel, Inc.
Heidi Glaus & Pat Blassie will be talking about two local highlights you can enjoy all summer long Grown & Gathered Heirloom Farm & 9 Mile Garden.
We also will have special guest Eben Peck joining us who is the Executive Vice President of ASTA - American Society of Travel Advisors. Eben will be discussing the impacts of COVID-19 on the travel industry in relation to other historical crises, travel advice for the consumer, as well as why the tagline "Without a Travel Agent, You are On Your Own" is so important and even more important today!
You are not going to want to miss this! Sunday, July 5, 4pm-5pm on The Big 550 KTRS.
A beautiful,family farm in the rolling hills of St.Francois County, providing private farm to table events.
Foraging for medicine💚 The forest, actually just one tree, was showcasing many colorful Turkey Tail Mushrooms, to be dried, then added to an herbal tea blend.
1 quart - mullein infusion
1 quart - milk, raw preferred
2 cinnamon sticks, each
2 T fennel seeds, whole
1 pinch nutmeg, powder
2 pinches cinnamon, powder
3 tablespoons honey or 6 tablespoons maple syrup
Read the whole recipe here:
Aria Thomé & I put on our first collaborative, sound healing lunch today, and the group was so small, I prep cooked myself into a position where I could partake in the sound healing. This was so amazing: my heart was beating like a human’s not a birds, my busy mind settled, and I was given a great amount of healing, Aria just gives you space and sound to regroup and heal, all you have to do is breathe.😅 More to come. Thank you Aria and thank you to those that braved the snow! Heyo
Turnips💜 Chinese Medicine prescribes eating turnips to clear excess static heat, remove heat toxins, clear digestive stagnation, remove accumulated phlegm, and stimulate body fluids. The cooling effect is especially beneficial to the respiratory, immune and digestive functions and results in an increase in Qi and blood circulation. So, here I go, clearing out my static heat, and all that. Oh winter, here you come and I love your cold silence, for like, 3 whole days. The only good thing about winter, is FIRE.
Indigo Milky Mushrooms
Some days, I just don’t leave the kitchen; today is going to be one of those days, I can feel it.
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Savory sweet potato & feta hand pies, served with a jalapeño cilantro sauce🧡
Veggie pot pie🌸
With all the high-winds you might notice sticks that look like they’re growing hair. That hair’ is Usnea ￼(also known as old mans beard). It’s a lichen and an immune system stimulant. I often find branches covered in it, laying on the forest floor after rain storms. It's amazing in the treatment of the strep and staph infections, as well as fungal infections (internal or external), pneumonia, athletes foot and ringworm.
Home grown loofah, luffa, lalalas! Takes forever to process these suckers!! (That’s why it was the first thing on Jaspers list today!)😅
Loofahs 1, Noelle 0
Inside the loofah tunnel, wearing a hat with blind spots, stopping to photograph a loofah’s cute lil b***y sitting on the fence(see photo 2);my guard was down, leading to injury…it could’ve been worse. There was a whole gang, like 20, the size of my arms and legs!!
Tiny Tomato Tarts…probably the last of the tomato season.❤️ Ricotta, mozzarella,Parmesan, kale, basil, tomatoes, with whipped egg, in a short rust pastry.
Black Trumpet mushrooms🖤
One of many Coral Tooth, the size of my face.😅
Farm to table👩🏻🌾👩🏻🍳 The menu for the yoga event today: upon arrival, roasted rosemary pecans with cayenne, followed by a curry coconut butternut squash bisque, garnished with feta, cilantro, nasturtium, chive blossoms, served with a Gouda herb topped focaccia. The main course was fried rosemary polenta atop a heirloom tomato white bean sauce, topped with Parmesan, and fresh basil. The salad was a bed of mixed greens in a champagne vinaigrette topped with:asparagus, shredded fresh beets, colorful carrots and radish, pickled red onion and red bell peppers, heirloom tomatoes, goat cheese, and toasted pepitas. The dessert was a maple white chocolate cheesecake with a graham pecan crust, topped with a creamy layer of pumpkin, whipped cream, and fresh pears.
Farm to table👩🏻🌾👩🏻🍳
These radish tho!!💜💓💜
Chanterelles are here, finally.
As things go to seed in the garden, the Moonflowers & winter greens are just starting to produce.🤍🤍🤍
Cucamelon or Mexican sour gherkin, are another of my favorites this year.
I kept thinking, where are all of the loofahs? Ope, there ya are, so many. 💚🛁🧽
Preparing for fall, prepping a new area.
I grow and I gather 💚
Dusk to Dawn lights💛
The amount of squats and reaching involved in harvesting buckets of tomatoes is, well, A LOT!! 👩🏻🌾
Falafel with the fresher than fresh toppings.😍
Focaccia kinda morning: fresh mozzarella, fig, red onion, sage, rosemary, summer savory, and pine nut.
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