Classes & Tours
The EarthWays Center of the Missouri Botanical Garden promotes sustainability through environmental education and improving the built environment. By educating people about our dependence on plants and the natural resources that support plant communities, we are teaching adults and youth to value and protect the things that sustain our families and communities.

Join us for a class, come visit for a tour or let us give a presentation at your site!
Classes for Adults & Families

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Classes offered by the EarthWays Center are diverse and geared at all levels of learning and experience. Topics include:
  • Urban homesteading techniques
  • Explorations of new technologies
  • Helpful hints for homeowners 
See upcoming Green Living class listings or call (314) 577-5140 or email for more information.
Outreach Programs

Instructor leading a discussion at a workplace
Let us bring a public program to your site, meeting or club!

These one-hour presentations will include question and answer time and handouts. For more information on topics, fees and scheduling, visit Green To Go: Public Talks.
Sustainability Tours

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The EarthWays Center offers tours of:
  • the Missouri Botanical Garden's sustainable features
  • local green buildings, resource extraction sites, power production sites and more
See current public offerings online or email Katherine Golden at to schedule a tour.
Camp EarthWays

Boy making model houses
Young Green Builders
July 13–17, 2015
Campers age 10–13 explore sustainable home design as they create a fantasy green home from the inside out, interact with green building professionals and discover new neighborhoods and homes. Learn more
Current Class Catalog

Visit the Missouri Botanical Garden's Classes page to download a printable catalog, explore available classes online and register. 

Or jump directly to our Green Living offerings.

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