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No-Till Proposal by Dig It STL

March 24, 2017

Dig It STL Interns ask: “Why are you tilling the Farm beds?” Since October, Dig It interns Adam and Anna have been hard at work on the Gateway Greening Urban Farm. From…  Read More



Compost Challenge at Mallinckrodt Academy

March 17, 2017

Whether you enjoy a good steak or are a vegetarian, the truth is we all rely on healthy soil in which to grow our food (or our cows food). Simply put,…  Read More



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Weather won’t stop us!

March 11, 2017

What happens when the weather makes it challenging to take class outside and into the school garden? We bring the garden inside to class! Last week Gateway Greening Youth Educator…  Read More



Teacher Spotlight on LaTosha Hayes of Gateway Elementary

February 24, 2017

  Interview with LaTosha Hayes, 4th grade teacher at Gateway Elementary in St. Louis, MO, about how she personally became involved with the school’s garden.   How long have you…  Read More



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Farm Manager Rachel Deffenbaugh says Farewell

February 24, 2017

Gateway Greening Urban Farm Manager Rachel Deffenbaugh, teaching harvesting techniques to City Seeds Therapeutic Job Training ’16 clients. Photo Credit Deer Hart Photography.   Dear Gateway Greening Community,   It…  Read More



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Students Planning School Garden Crops

February 10, 2017

In preparation for the fast approaching growing season, 2nd and 3rd graders at Mallinckrodt Academy have been making some important decisions about what they want to grow in their school…  Read More



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VermiComposting at Gateway Elementary

January 27, 2017

  Although the school gardens may be resting, Seed to STEM is growing; Gateway Greening is now working directly with fourth grade classes at Gateway Elementary. Gateway Greening and the…  Read More



Birding Blog Jan 2017

Pre-School Birding at Clay Elementary

January 2, 2017

This past December, the kindergartners and preschoolers at Clay Elementary became expert birders! As December finally started getting chilly, we noticed that the bees and worms that just a month…  Read More



Library Community Gardens

Have you met your Library Community Gardens?

December 19, 2016

5 Questions We Love Hearing About Library Community Gardens We love it when people ask us questions about our programs, even if it’s something we’ve heard more than once! After…  Read More



Top 10 Questions heard by the Volunteer Team

Top 10 Questions our Volunteer Team Hears!

December 13, 2016

Recently we sat down with our Volunteer Team to find out what questions they hear most often. From tabling in the community to working with volunteers in community gardens across…  Read More