Garden Education Workshops

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Request a Workshop

Gateway Greening Educators are available to conduct workshops for your group at a location that is convenient for you.

How many people can attend?
We ask that a minimum group of 10 individuals attend the workshop

How Far Will We Travel?
Our service area covers all of St. Louis City and St. Louis County. We may travel outside of our service area depending on availability but ask that the group cover the travel costs.

Programs Topics
Gardening 101
Composting
Companion Planting
Garden Planing
Spring Gardening
Summer Gardening
Fall Gardening
Intro to Plants as Medicine
Other available upon request

Class Length and Pricing
Our workshops are targeted to run 1hr.
Gateway Greening Network Garden Groups: $50
Non-Network Garden Groups: $200
Groups Outside Gateway Greening Service Area: $200 plus $1.14/mi from Gateway Greening’s Office.

Gateway Greening wishes to maintain accessibility to educational programming. Scholarships are available upon request. For more information, please contact our Education Manager at or 314-588-9600 ext. 107.

Eligibility

Gateway Greening Network Gardens, Non-Network Gardens, General Public

 


Gateway Greening in your Classroom

Do you want a Gateway Greening educator to come to your school and teach a workshop? Click here to fill out the Gateway Greening in Your Classroom request form.


Were you looking for Community Education Workshops?

Whether you’re a green thumb or new to the patch, Gateway Greening is here to help. We offer free Garden Education Workshops most Saturdays from March to October at the Demonstration Garden and Carriage House on Bell Avenue. Learn about topics from garden care and landscaping principles to tomato canning and chicken keeping. Each workshop is open to Gateway Greening gardeners and the general public.

To view our upcoming Community Education Workshops and to register, click here.

 

Contact

Education Manager

Gateway Greening’s Community Education Workshops are financed in part through an allocation of Community Development Block Grant funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the City of St. Louis’ Community Development Administration.