Colle, An Organic Farmers Market Community, Recognizes an Article Concerning Farms Rock!, an Organic Farms Benefit Concert

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Colle, the online farmers market community, commends an article published for the St. Charles Patch which focuses on the benefit concert Farms Rock! supporting the Missouri organic Farm, EarthDance.

On August 30th, Colle, an organic farmers market community, supports an article published for the St. Charles Patch regarding the benefit concert Farms Rock! which took place at the Old Rock House in St. Louis, Missouri.

According to the article, Adam Gillespie organized Farms Rock! a concert where proceeds would benefit the organic farm. Gillespie was drawn to organic farming after his wife Katrina began her apprenticeship at EarthDance Farms, an organic farm located in Missouri. The article states Gillespie, a lawyer who plays music with his band Black Bears, became the artist-in-residence for EarthDance Farms. According to Gillespie, β€œI offered to write some songs specifically tailored toward what EarthDance does, and to organize a benefit concert for them.” Gillespie earned money for the EarthDance Farms through $10 ticket sales.

β€œIt has an acronym: Food Art Relationships Music and Sustainability,” says Gillespie. Colle, an online farmers market community, praises the effort of Gillespie and EarthDance Farms stating, although Farms Rock! did a wonderful job promoting organic farming in Missouri, organic products are still not as readily available for many other parts of the country. Colle expresses gratitude for Earth Dance Farms efforts to promote the growth of the organic foods community. According to the article, the Farms Rock! benefit concert took place at Old Rock House in St. Louis, MO, where they played at the venue free of cost. In addition to supporting EarthDance Farms, Gillespie also wanted to feature and promote local bands. Colle applauds Gillespie and his inspiring venture toward encouraging organic farming.

Colle is an E-Commerce enabled farmers market community that is passionate about sustainable consumption and responsible conservation. The Colle movement is dedicated to connecting natural product vendors, organic farmers, and all consumers who live an organic and natural lifestyle with the ultimate goal of creating more sustainable farming and consumerism.

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