Les Dames d’Escoffier St Louis and the Midwest Dairy Council present
The Midwest Dairy Sustainability Summit
Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.
St. Louis University Allied Health Building, 3437 Caroline Street, 3rd FL
St. Louis, MO 63104
Tickets in advance – $20 general admission/$10 student
At the door – $25 general/$10 student
Tickets available at:
Sustainability is on everyone’s lips these days. Bi-State (MO and IL) dairy families have demonstrated incredible progress in improving operational efficiency, reducing emissions, conserving water, setting high standards for animal health and promoting sustainable business practices.
Through a panel and engaging discussions, Summit attendees will learn how local dairy farmers, though faced with many challenges, continue improving environmental sustainability. Three of the most sustainable local family dairy farms will be represented on the panel – Marcoot Creamery, Scheer Farms and Donna Telle Farms. They will present their sustainability practices with Dame Whitney Linsemeyer, PhD, RD, LD moderating. Top area dieticians will also add to the discussion, focusing on the important health benefits of dairy in our diets.
Refreshments will include artisan cheeses from Marcoot, and flash-churned liquid-nitrogen ice cream from Dame Darla Crash of Ices Plain & Fancy and a dairy-centric menu item from the Saint Louis University Pastry Chef.
There are 3 entrances to the Allied Health Building – signage will be available to
direct to the Multipurpose Room. Parking available at the Hickory East Parking Garage adjacent to the Allied Health Building for $2/car.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION – CALL MARILYN AT 314-374-5881