“The garden is owned by St. Ann School. There is a garden club that visits weekly to help and to learn. There is a summer school class that spends time in the garden every day learning about growing food and keeping chickens.”

St. Ann Farm is a ministry of St. Ann Catholic Church and School. Our farm currently includes our grow beds, orchard, chicken compost yard and honey bees. We educate our students on sustainability and grow healthy food to sell to our neighbors. We believe in local, sustainable food as the answer for the economic and environmental injustices in our world.

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7532 Natural Birdge Rd St. Louis MO 63121

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Matt Hubbard


More about our Farm

Farm Size

1/2 acre (with access to 5 acres)


  • Produce
  • Chicken Eggs
  • Honey

Flock/Colony Size

  • Chickens: 35
  • Bees: 1 colony

Animal Feed

  • Chickens: 100% organic feed
  • Bees: not fed white sugar

Conservation Practices

  • Crop Rotation
  • Cover Crops
  • No-till
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Pollinator Habitat Enhancement Plan
  • Nutrient Management Plan
  • Field Borders
  • Adequate sunlight for hives
  • Access to water for bees

Additional Practices

  • Produce own compost
  • Nutrient Management Plan
  • Heritage breeds of chickens
  • Garden club and summer school program for educational opportunities