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17th Annual Great Green Pesto Feast
One of the best vegetarian dinners in St. Louis!

A smorgasbord of gourmet pesto, including vegan!
Tomato sauce will abound for non-pesto eaters.

$15 advance purchase by Sept. 10; call 314-727-8554. $20 at the door.

WHEN:    6:00 - 8:00 pm, Saturday, September 15, 2007
  Grace United Methodist Church, Fellowship Hall

                6199 Waterman (at Skinker)        (click for map)
                St. Louis MO 63112

Pesto Feasts of the Gateway Green Alliance have become well known for the wide variety served, including: Great Green Walnut Pesto, Sharp Lemon Pesto, Cinnamon Pesto, Vegan Pine Nut Pesto, No Nut Pesto and Tomato Pesto.

Special Presentation

From Climate Chaos to Global Justice

Americans have begun to wrestle with the realities of a fossil fueled economy -- war, waste, and social/ecological disruption. The globalized industrial economy (including food, transportation, housing and energy systems) causes us to live off the health and well-being of the poor, people of color and future generations.

We need to press for more innovation in the areas of zero waste manufacturing, green building/chemistry, and focus on creating green collar jobs that are good for people, good for communities and that ensure a livable planet for future generations.

Tim Montague and Naomi Davis will speak on "From Climate Chaos to Global Justice."

  • Tim Montague is the Associate Director of Environmental Research where he is contributing editor of Rachel's Democracy & Health News.
  • Naomi Davis is President of Daughter's Trust/The Village Builders, which has introduced a new paradigm of green economic development for African American communities.

Sponsored by the Gateway Green Alliance. For more information about the event, call 314-727-8554 or visit

Last updated 21 Aug 2007. Contact: