Spotlight: Missouri Maple Syrup, Forest Park Living Lab, and Ollie Hinkle Heart Foundation

    In this week’s episode, a local organization helping families of pediatric heart patients, the first female managing partner of Edward Jones who was recently recognized as one of the most influential women in U.S. Finance, why scientists are tracking animals living in Forest Park and what they have learned so far, meet an artist who will be on display at the Laumeier Art Fair Mother’s Day weekend, and a sweet story about a family making syrup in Missouri.

    Ollie Hinkle Heart Foundation’s Above & Beyond Care for Pediatric Heart Families & Clinicians
    Ollie Hinkle Heart Foundation offers free mental health services to support pediatric heart families and clinical care teams.

    A Conversation With Penny Pennington, Managing Partner of Edward Jones
    Edward Jones Managing Partner Penny Pennington shares about her favorite parts of St. Louis, her leadership style, and more in this in-depth interview.

    Forest Park Living Lab
    Forest Park is a collaborative project where researchers from around St. Louis are tracking animals to try to learn more about them and how they adapt.

    Meet the Artist: Dayton Thompson
    Artist Dayton Thompson recycles textiles and fabrics from antique items and gives them new life as he restyles them into stylish yet functional new pieces.

    Sap to Syrup: Maple Sugaring in Missouri
    A family who makes maple syrup in Missouri explains how there are many more benefits to the tedious process than just bottles of the delicious, golden syrup.

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