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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: (463)
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Camp EarthWays: Young Green Builders

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Camp EarthWays: Young Green Builders
See how this hybrid camp program can help your young one grow their sustainability knowledge in a delightful way! Recommended for grades' 5 to 8.
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| Categories: Sustainability at the Garden | Tags: Camp EarthWays, sustainability education, hybrid learning opportunity, virtual learning opportunity | View Count: (611)
Congratulations to the Garden – 2019 St. Louis Green Business Challenge Champions!
Learn more about the Missouri Botanical Garden's innovation project submitted as part of this year's St. Louis Green Business Challenge. Plus, get information on how to sign up your company, non-profit, or organization for the 2020 Challenge.
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| Categories: Sustainable Solutions Highlights, Sustainability at the Garden | Tags: Green Business Challenge, sustainability tour | View Count: (2104)
Sustainability Features of the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center
Gateway to the Garden - A Sustainable Building for a Sustainable Future.
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| Categories: Sustainability at the Garden, Sustainability in the Community | Tags: Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center, sustainability, green building | View Count: (2653)
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Shout Out! The Garden's Latest Sustainability Awards

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Shout Out! The Garden's Latest Sustainability Awards
The Garden has received multiple sustainability recognitions and awards throughout past few seasons. We are excited to share these updates!
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Zero Waste for Garden Greening

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Zero Waste for Garden Greening
The key to successfully keeping Garden events clean and earth-friendly! Zero Waste Ambassador trainings are coming up on August 21 and September 26.
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| Categories: Sustainability at the Garden | Tags: Zero Waste, Zero Waste Ambassador, Recycle, Compost, Sustainable Solutions | View Count: (1301)
Volunteers Mark Five Years of Educating – Composting – Recycling at Garden Events
People love Garden festivals for multi-cultural food and fun. But what about big-crowd trash? Our Zero Waste Ambassadors transform it into compost, recycling and awareness!
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| Categories: Sustainability at the Garden, Volunteer Updates | Tags: zero waste, volunteers, green events, recycling, composting, missouri botanical garden | View Count: (3354)
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