First Missouri Crop Mob
Date: 4/13/2010 Album ID: 979870
Photos by Sarah Conard
The first Missouri Crop Mob, an event in which people descend upon a farm to help with planting and cleaning, visited Sunflower Savannah in Beaufort last weekend.
Saturday, April 10, 2010--Gina Dahlstrom, front, of Augusta, cleans the barn at Sunflower Savannah in Beaufort, Mo., with Randy Tempel, back left, of Webster Groves, Caleb Quigley, center, 4, of House Springs, and Jamie Drake, back right, of Glendale. They are part of the first Missouri Crop Mob, an event in which people descend upon a farm to help with planting and cleaning.
Sarah Conard | freelance
Saturday, April 10, 2010--Jamie Drake, left, of Glendale, Gina Dahlstrom, center, of Augusta, and Derek Bryant, right, of Glendale, help clean the chicken coop at Sunflower Savannah in Beaufort, Mo. They are part of the first Missouri Crop Mob, an event in which people descend upon a farm to help with planting and cleaning.
Sarah Conard | freelance
Saturday, April 10, 2010--Nickie Burge, of Maplewood, clears weeds from the strawberry patch at Sunflower Savannah in Beaufort, Mo. She is part of the first Missouri Crop Mob, an event in which people descend upon a farm to help with planting and cleaning.
Sarah Conard | freelance
Saturday, April 10, 2010-- Sunflower Savannah owner, Sam Wiseman, right, passes bread to Louise Belt, of Wilwood for lunch. They are part of the first Missouri Crop Mob, an event in which people descend upon a farm to help with planting and cleaning.
Sarah Conard | freelance
Saturday, April 10, 2010--From left, Julie Holley, of Kirkwood, Jennifer Adams, of Maplewood, Vickie Burge, of Maplewood, and Libby Tempel, of Webster Groves, work in the strawberry patch at Sunflower Savannah in Beaufort, Mo. They are part of the first Missouri Crop Mob, an event in which people descend upon a farm to help with planting and cleaning.
Sarah Conard | freelance
Saturday, April 10, 2010--Cybele Dirlick, 3, of Glendale, helps her mother, Kelly Childs, plant flowers at Sunflower Savannah in Beaufort, Mo. They are part of the first Missouri Crop Mob, an event in which people descend upon a farm to help with planting and cleaning.
Sarah Conard | freelance
Saturday, April 10, 2010--Kelly Childs, left, of Glendale, and her daughter, Cybele Dirlick, 3, plant flowers while her son, Spencer Dirlick, 5, right, plays at Sunflower Savannah in Beaufort, Mo. They are part of the first Missouri Crop Mob, an event in which people descend upon a farm to help with planting and cleaning.
Sarah Conard | freelance
Saturday, April 10, 2010--Crop Mobbers eat lunch at Sunflower Savannah in Beaufort, Mo after working all morning. They are part of the first Missouri Crop Mob, an event in which people descend upon a farm to help with planting and cleaning.
Sarah Conard | freelance
Saturday, April 10, 2010--Louise Belt, of Wildwood, peels potatoes to prepare for lunch at Sunflower Savannah in Beaufort, Mo. She is part of the first Missouri Crop Mob, an event in which people descend upon a farm to help with planting and cleaning.
Sarah Conard | freelance