Wild Gourd Farm

Organic Gardening in St. Louis City


We’d love to hear any questions, concerns, praise or any other comments you may have! You can email us at wewillworkforfoodblog@gmail.com or comment on any page.


6 responses to “Contact

  1. Monica Silva McArthur March 3, 2011 at 4:16 pm

    Hey guys I was wondering if you could talk about CSA’s & co-ops? I’m looking for input on local ones and want suggestions. Right now I’m torn between Azure Standard which is not local, they are from Oregon. Or this website I found called communityhelpingscoop.com which is some kinda csa that delegates by municipalities but doesn’t list who the producers are-very weird. I found Local Harvest csa listing site but it wasn’t very clear who would was the product supplier either. I know about Fair Shares and am not interested in them. They are overpriced and not broad enough. Like I said, I want to support a local csa/co-op but haven’t found anything as good as Azure, other than going to the farmer’s market. But even that seems to be not all local as well, which I find to be a contradiction in terms. Let me know your thoughts on this!


  2. We Will Work for Food March 3, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    This is a perfect time to start a discussion about what food source to support.
    We decided to post our response on the main section of the blog. Maybe together we can inspire others to question where their food comes from.

  3. Jane & Frank June 17, 2012 at 4:25 pm

    Hi, we live in U City but frequent Soulard. How can we link up to buy your produce from time to time? Friends of Quinerly, Jane & Frank

  4. red keel June 18, 2012 at 1:40 pm

    hey this is Red I did the mosaics@ Quinerlys recently and left the supplements for the pooches- I am VERY interested in buying from u most wanted needed good brown eggs!! I have a chef @ home and he wants needs the great taste and quality you can provide w/eggs. Do you need vegetable scraps for them to eat? RED Keel artfullred@sbcglobal.net red keel.net

    • Becca June 19, 2012 at 1:34 pm

      Hi Red,
      Right now we have three hens- one who lays brown eggs and two who lay white. In our experience the taste and quality of our white eggs and brown eggs are the same- the biggest factor is how the chickens are raised. We’d love to provide you with our happy chicken eggs if we can- how many/how often would you need them?

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