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Listen below to our most recent interviews.
Lauren and Tim speak with Jamie Wallace, Director of Operations for Urban Harvest STL. They grow healthy produce across a network of eight rooftop urban farms in the heart of St. Louis and donate the majority of the harvest to nonprofit partners serving communities with limited or non-existent access to healthy, nutritious food. Urban Harvest STL also educates and engages the surrounding community in these efforts. To learn more about these incredible rooftop farms, click HERE.
Talk of the Town welcomes Jill Pritchard — News Services Coordinator at Missouri Department of Conservation and Host of Nature Boost Podcast. She explores everything nature has to offer – from health benefits and wildlife viewing, to outdoor recreation and unbelievable conservation stories. To check out her podcast, click HERE.
Lauren and Tim from Talk of the Town talked to Jennifer Lohman, Director for the St Louis Area Voter Protection Coalition, about all things voting and how they fight to give everyone in our community an equal voice in order to effect positive change in our electoral system.
For more info, click HERE or call 1-866-OUR-VOTE.
Talk of the Town welcomes Eric Fey, Democratic Director of Elections for St. Louis County Election Board and Kurt Bahr, Director of Elections for St. Charles County Election Authority to discuss the upcoming election, status of voter safety and what to expect on November 3rd.
Talk of the Town welcomes Kids in the Middle CEO, Katy Walter and Marketing and Development Manager, Brittni Snidle to the show to chat about what they do to help kids in families going through separation and their upcoming fundraiser called Giving 4 Kids. Click HERE for more info.
Talk of the Town welcomes Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Walk Chair, Lynn Stover to talk about ‘Light the Night’ which will be held nationwide on October 8th. Light The Night’s virtual platform will be an interactive and engaging experience allowing LLS supporters and volunteers to enjoy the same iconic elements of Light The Night – illuminated lanterns, Circle of Survivors and the Remembrance Pavilion – in a different format but with the same passion to bring an end to blood cancers once and for all. There will also be selfie stations, kids zone, and you will even have the chance to get out and walk in your own neighborhood during the event.
For more info on the Gateway Chapter click HERE or call 314-590-2230.
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