BADSEED Workshop Tonight - Sunday, April 6th - Rain Barrels...

Sunday, April 26th (6-7 PM) -


Join Bridging The Gap’s Beau Baker for an evening in Rain Barrel madness!!

Students will construct and take home a fully functioning 55 gallon finished barrel (23” in diameter and 36” tall), as well as the confidence and know how to make more!!

Rain Barrels are beneficial for a number of reasons including:
  • bring first-rate water directly to your garden. NO Chlorine, NO calcium carbonate

  • divert water away from your house that might otherwise leak into the foundation

  • Cut down on your city water consumption

  • Demonstrate water conservation to family, friends, and neighbors

  • Keep water right where it is getting used, rather than sending it away for unnecessary treatment

Students can sign up to make more than one barrel.

Cost of Class: $45 per barrel
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The Show Me Local Food Coalition is a cooperative effort among rural and urban Missourians that is building a new approach to producing, processing and marketing food in the state.

Our vision is to support the growth and development of the food economy by investing public resources in projects and programs that increase access to high-quality, locally-raised food products at affordable prices.

We believe that this approach increases the number and profitability of farms, expands job creation through local entrepreneurship and improves the health of consumers by increasing consumption of fresh, nutritious food.


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join our effort to build a new approach to producing, processing and marketing food in the state!

Show Me Local Food Coalition

28th N 8th Street, Ste. 102

Columbia, MO 65201