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Greening the STL Map Room

March 31, 2017

This week the Gateway Greening staff found a new way to highlight school & community gardens throughout St. Louis City – by teaming up with the STL Map Room project!…  Read More



Blog, Rachel Deffenbaugh says Farewell

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



Perennials in the Fall Garden

October 25, 2016

When it comes to gardening, it’s a well known fact that every gardener has their own way of doing things – and that’s okay! But it does mean that sometimes…  Read More



Volunteer Impact in STL

October 3, 2016

Thanks to our Volunteers! We’ve had a successful summer! Summer is nearly over, but that’s okay because it has been a successful one thanks to all of our generous volunteers!…  Read More



Celebrate National Farm to School Month in October

September 21, 2016

October is National Farm to School Month, a time to celebrate connections happening all over the country between schools and local food! Farm to school enriches the connection communities have…  Read More



Get Up, Get Out, Get Growing: Gateway Greening’s (Lucky) Summer Intern’s First Days

July 16, 2015

Hello! Allow me to introduce myself – I’m Hayden Andrews. I graduated from Webster University this past May, with a degree in Media Communications and Photography. I’ll be Gateway’s Communications…  Read More



Planting Seeds, Harvesting Experiences: Dietetic Interns at the Farm

October 15, 2014

As Fontbonne Dietetic Interns at Gateway Greening we are leaving behind traditional internship rotations and putting on our gloves –gardening gloves— to better understand the effects of sustainable food on…  Read More



Introducing Our Summer Youth Staff

June 12, 2014

Hello my name is Kortez Nobles. This is my second week working with Gateway Greening and I’m highly enjoying it. Gateway Greening is very passionate about gardening and maintaining to…  Read More



Overheard in the Garden

March 13, 2014

Education in the Garden It has been an eventful week in our school gardens! The nice weather means we’ve been outside at last, feeling the sunshine on our faces and…  Read More



Math is Easier with Ears of Corn!

March 5, 2014

Education in the Garden I spent Thursday afternoon with 7th graders who absolutely cannot wait another moment to eat corn. I was helping them plan our garden using math. “If…  Read More