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Garden to Food Pantry

October 12, 2017

If you stopped by the Demonstration Garden this spring, you may have met Myra Rosenthal, a long time Gateway Greening volunteer and Garden Leader of the Garden of Eden at…  Read More



Four Herbs to Grow When You’re Tired of Parsley

September 19, 2017

Matt Even, Outreach Coordinator of Gateway Greening, loves trying to grow new and exciting plants at the Demonstration Garden. He wants to use the space and lack of pressure to…  Read More



Urban Agriculture Challenges and Solutions: Part 2

August 21, 2017

This is the second in a series of articles about the challenges gardeners and farmers have faced while working in an urban area, as well as the solutions they have…  Read More



Blog | International School 2017 Sum 01

Summer School in the International Garden

July 28, 2017

This summer, Gateway Greening Educators Meg Holmes and Lucy Herleth had the opportunity to be a part of the Nahed Chapman New American Academy garden’s story by participating in summer…  Read More



Treated Lumber

Treated Lumber in the Garden

July 14, 2017

Over the years, many people have expressed their concern over Gateway Greening’s decision to use treated lumber for gardening purposes. Today, we would like to take a moment to address…  Read More



Dig It STL Summer 2017 Update

July 12, 2017

  Dig It STL is Gateway Greening’s teen employment program where teens work for eight weeks on building knowledge about urban agriculture, food access issues, and community leadership.   On…  Read More



13th Street Garden

Urban Agriculture Challenges and Solutions: Part 1

June 27, 2017

  13th Street Garden This is the first in a series of articles about the challenges gardeners and farmers have faced in an urban area, as well as the solutions…  Read More



Walking Onion

Edible Perennials: A 101

June 17, 2017

Every spring, farmers and gardeners alike begin to grow their plants. While some planting and a lot of planning happens during the winter months, the bulk of the work of…  Read More



Blog | No Till 2 June 2017 02

The Process, Pros, and Cons of No-Till Farming

June 8, 2017

This is the first year that Gateway Greening has offered a high school internship program, in addition to our summer teen employment program. Through the internship, local high school students…  Read More



Blog | School to summer with Dig It 5/2017

From School Year to Summer with Dig It STL

May 24, 2017

This week, our first year of Dig It school year internships came to a close as our interns graduated from high school. In the 2016/2017 school year, our crew of…  Read More