The EarthWays Center offers a variety of opportunities for professionals to gain valuable experience, share insights with one another and learn more about how to incorporate sustainability into the workplace.

Check out the options listed below to determine if we have an opportunity that best suits your needs and interests:

Teacher Professional Development

Hands drawing watersheds on mapWe offer professional development opportunities for educators in all roles and environments. Workshops often involve field trips, hands-on lessons and activities and meaningful discussions. Topics include energy production; usage and conservation; reduce, reuse, recycle; and other sustainability topics.

Contact Kat Golden at for more information on upcoming professional development opportunities.

The Shaw Series

Shaw Series logoThe Shaw Series hosts informal events that bring professionals together to share experience and insight around 21st century issues such as community landscape planning and stormwater management. Themes vary from municipal planning to public perceptions of native landscapes, developing successful landscape specifications, maintenance plans and more. Learn more


Healthy Homes and Energy Efficiency

homesThe EarthWays Center is proud to offer the following training basics in the fields of Healthy Homes and Energy Efficiency. Opportunities include Healthy Housing Principles (HHP), Building Science Principles (BPS) and Home Energy Score Assessor (HES). Learn more



The EarthWays Center offers internship opportunities to college students seeking to gain experience or college credit in outreach and education-related fields with an emphasis in conservation and sustainability.

  • EarthWays Sustainability Education Internship
  • EarthWays Energy Efficiency Programs/Sunflower+ Internship

Learn more

For more information about these programs and other opportunities, please contact Maggie McCoy at

Ventilation demo

Everyday Green

Plastic Pot Recycling
Help reduce the amount of horticultural waste in landfills

Green Resources Info Service
Call (314) 577-0246 or email with questions related to green products, services and claims

Rainscaping Guide
Learn how to incorporate sustainable landscaping that reduces stormwater runoff and improves local water quality

Check out this weekly podcast hosted by our Green Resources Manager, Jean Ponzi

Volunteer for the EarthWays Center
A great way to get introduced to the “green scene” here in St. Louis

Special Events
At the Garden and events presented by our partners