MoShrooms Regenerative Microfarm Saint Louis, MO

MoShrooms is a Regenerative Microfarm in Saint Louis, MO. Danielle offers both a community composting service as well as produce including many vegetables, legumes, and mushrooms. MoShrooms will appear in the “City Grown STL” documentary as part of the Meet My Neighbor Productions 2021 Farm Series.

Such and Such Farm DeSoto, MO

Meet My Neighbor Productions completed filming of Such and Such Farm in DeSoto, MO. Such and Such Farm will appear in the “City Grown STL” documentary for the 2021 Farm Series as we as their own Episode.

A Red Circle

Meet My Neighbor Productions filmed the North Country Agricultural Education Center of A Red Circle Nonprofit as part of the 2021 Farm Series “City Grown STL” Documentary.

Sankofa Farms NC

Sankofa Farms not only provides a source of fresh local produce to communities that need it, but Kamal Bell, the CEO of Sankofa Farms, has embraced a STEM education program to help educated the youth on Agriculture.

Kamal Bell’s passion is Bee Keeping and he is an excellent Beekeeper. Sankofa Farms offers a virtual and onsite hive rental program as well as beekeeping “AirBnB Experiences.”

New Earth Farm STL

New Earth Farm is a new farm in Old North St. Louis. They are currently working on building a vegetable and fruit garden on an empty lot in Old North while also running a Composting Service www.CompostSTL.com. As a composting service, New Earth Farm collects compost materials from their customers and turns it into compost, returning to their customers rich soil for planting and gardening.

New Earth Farm will be apart of the special feature “City Grown STL” which is part of the Meet My Neighbor Productions 2021 Farm Series.

Hart Beet Farm Eolia, MO.

Meet My Neighbor Productions is currently working on a “City Grown STL” Episode. Our goal is to feature city farms each year. Because these farms are smaller several farms will be hosted in each video. For 2021 we chose the Gateway City, Saint Louis.

Hart Beet Farm will not only appear in our City Grown STL Episode but will also be featured in a full episode as a larger farm. The ladies at Hart Beet are amazing woman with a passion for nature. We love the meaning of their name:

Hart- A mature male deer, whose presence indicates herd health

Beet- A delicious root vegetable of which both the root and the greens may be eaten

Hart|Beet- A symbol of balance between nature and agriculture, forest and field, animal and vegetable, conservation and cultivation

Heru Urban Farm STL

Meet My Neighbor Productions is currently working on a “City Grown STL” Episode. Our goal is to feature city farms each year. Because these farms are smaller several farms will be hosted in each video. For 2021 we chose the Gateway City, Saint Louis.

Tyrean Lewis has has overcome many obstacles to build his dream Heru Urban Farm. An amazing farmer with a great personality and love for providing fresh food. As a bonus, we were able to briefly interview Leah with Growing Food Growing People, a Nonprofit Farm sharing some resources with Heru Urban Farm. Both are very passionate farmers with a great respect for what they do.

Bee Simple City Farm Saint Louis

Meet My Neighbor Productions is currently working on a “City Grown STL” Episode. Our goal is to feature city farms each year. Because these farms are smaller several farms will be hosted in each video. For 2021 we chose the Gateway City, Saint Louis.

Bee Simple City Farm is a small farm in Old North St. Louis. Their feature offering is a wide selection of micro greens. Be sure to visit Bee Simple at the Tower Grove Farmers market!

Check out some of our screen shots from Bee Simple City Farm: