Board of Directors, Advisory Board, and Young Friends Board
Board of Directors
This amazing group of individuals is the stem to our leaves. Our board is an important part of our growth and development; they keep everything smooth and iron out any corporate road bumps. Making our city greener would be harder, if not impossible, without their insight, hard work and leadership.
Here’s our advisory council. Just like your big brother or sister, it’s always good to have sound advice. And we’re no different. These people live and breathe Seed St. Louis to make sure we’re heading in the right direction.
Ron Brown, Garden Leader, Friends of the Market Community Garden
Andy Cross, Garden Leader, McPherson Community Garden
Anne Cummings, Garden Leader, Brittany Woods Middle School
Sandra Davie, Former Garden Leader
Beverly Dyson, Former Garden Leader, Demo Garden Volunteer
Mike and Paula Herries, Garden Leaders, St. Francis of Assisi School
Patricia Jones, Garden Leader, The Ville Community Garden
Susan Kennedy, Demo Garden Volunteer
Andrew Miller, Normandy School District
Phyllis Nolan, Fox Park Farm
Myra Rosenthal, Garden of Eden at the JCC, St. Louis Jewish Community Center
Hannah Reinhart, St. Louis Science Center
Albert Sanders, Garden Leader, Adams Elementary School
Laurie Tretter-Larkin, Blades Elementary
Rosie Willis, Garden Leader, Fresh Starts Community Garden
Young Friends Board
Connie Flachs, Washington University
Marla Guggenheimer, Jewish Federation of St. Louis
Jackson Hambrick, Jefferson County Health Department
Claire Krofft, Missouri Botanical Garden
Mia LaBrier, Washington University
Hunter Maret, REV Renewables
Maureen McCarthy, East-West Gateway Council of Governments
Suzie Schmitt, Anvil Analytics and Insights
Lisa Slama, Jack Morton Worldwide
Dylan Zielonka, Sound Agriculture
Volunteer at a Garden or Orchard
Are you ready to volunteer at a Seed St. Louis garden? Volunteering with Seed St. Louis is a great hands-on way for individuals and groups to support their community.
Want to Learn with Us?
Seed St. Louis hosts over 40 free virtual classes throughout the year. Our staff provides a wide variety of classes for all gardening enthusiasts.