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Gateway to the Garden – Keeping Sustainability a Priority
With the Gateway to the Garden campaign building the Garden experience of the future, sustainability has been a greater focal point of the planning behind this privately funded effort than any initiative in Garden history.
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| Categories: Sustainability at the Garden | Tags: Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center, sustainability, sustainable buildings | View Count: (57)
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Fall Into Solar

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Fall Into Solar
Check out the successes of year three of the Grow Solar St. Louis program!
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| Categories: Sustainability in the Community | Tags: solar, solar energy, Grow Solar, Grow Solar St. Louis, Grow Solar Metro East, renewable energy, solar panel installations, StraightUp Solar | View Count: (108)
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Sustainable Food Management Summit

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Sustainable Food Management Summit
EarthWays staff members and additional sustainability experts participated in a panel discussion on food waste reduction for the greater St. Louis community.
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| Categories: Sustainable Solutions Highlights | Tags: Sustainable Food Management Summit, food waste, food waste reduction, waste reduction, excess food, food waste discussion | View Count: (99)
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Fall School Programs

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Fall School Programs
See what the EarthWays Center has to offer for your school to grow in their sustainability knowledge!
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| Categories: Sustainable Solutions Highlights, Sustainability in the Community | Tags: sustainability education, compost, compost education, water quality, EnviroScape, storm drain marking, water pollution | View Count: (100)
Finding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Sustainability
The Missouri Botanical Garden has carefully examined equity within sustainability and has referred to the EarthWays Center to evaluate how we are instilling diversity on both personal and institutional levels.
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| Categories: Sustainable Solutions Highlights | Tags: diversity, equity, inclusion, value diversity, Director of Diversity, environmental racism, Preston Community Garden, Outdoor Youth Corps, Sunflower+ Project, triple bottom line | View Count: (86)
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Preston Community Garden

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Preston Community Garden
Check out how the EarthWays Center has been able to support a local community garden advocating for sustainable food, fellowship, and education.
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| Categories: Sustainability in the Community | Tags: community garden, sustainable food, Patrice Preston Rogers, plant donations | View Count: (66)
Shine on With Sustainability - EarthWays Center Classes This Season
Join the EarthWays Center for a Green Living class this summer!
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| Categories: EarthWays Center Classes | Tags: adult classes, green classes, recycling education | View Count: (323)
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