Tag: Gateway Greening Community Gardens


Give STL Day 2018

April 3, 2018

Support the Future of St. Louis Community Gardens on St. Louis Gives Day 2018 The Power of Growing Food   About Give STL Day Give STL Day is a 24-hour…  Read More



Voice from the Tower Grove East Community Garden

March 28, 2018

  Written by Mary Anne Pikrone, Tower Grove East Community Garden Leader.   Three and a half years ago, as my husband and I were taking a get-acquainted drive through…  Read More



Planting and Planning for Pollinators

March 1, 2018

Most gardeners know that encouraging pollinators is good for their growing plants, but not everyone knows that increased diversity of pollinators can mean more vegetables to harvest. One of the…  Read More



Winter Planning: Exciting Plants to Try Next Spring

December 21, 2017

Though the 2017 growing season may be over, winter is no time to sleep on preparing for your garden. One of the most important aspects of planning for spring is…  Read More



Urban Agriculture Challenges and Solutions: Part 3

November 30, 2017

This is the third 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



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



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



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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



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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



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Mindfulness in the School Garden

April 28, 2017

  This spring, youth educators Meg Holmes and Lucy Herleth have been working with Brown School practicum student Eli Horowitz to develop a mindfulness program to use in conjunction with Gateway Greening’s…  Read More