Tag: Gateway Greening Urban Farm


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



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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



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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



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Rainy Days on the Gateway Greening Urban Farm

May 4, 2017

Rain Garden or Urban Farm? We probably don’t need to tell to you that it has been an incredibly wet and rainy week on the Gateway Greening Urban Farm. The…  Read More



April on the Urban Farm with Dig It STL

April 18, 2017

The appearance of April on the farm coincides with the mysterious disappearance of sufficient hours in the day. Dig It kicked it into high gear last week, cutting, assembling, and…  Read More



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A Semester in Dig It STL Internship Program

April 6, 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…  Read More



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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



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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



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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



2016 – Ten Years on the Farm

November 18, 2016

A look back at the founding, building, and overall impact of the Gateway Greening Urban Farm. The Gateway Greening Urban Farm (formerly known as City Seeds) started out as most…  Read More