Gateway Garlic Urban Farm, is located in STL.
Follow their blog at http://gatewaygarlic.blogspot.com/ (:
there's some weird stuff but a lot of good stuff. I haven't familiarized myself with everything about gardening and what not yet, but feel free to join in the journey with me (: Hoping to build some raised beds this spring with covers because I'm really weird about shit and want nothing to do with rain water getting in my plants. sterile clean water for my soon to be baby plants! Clean soil, clean water, clean eating! Happy Aud.
I haven't had the privilege of attending "Sustainable Saturday" yet but I plan to here very soon! Working weekends really sucks!
Seed planting and share is February 28th from 12-4pm
I hope to attend! Here's the description I took the time to copy and paste for you all
"Be instructed on planting techniques and cutting edge growing in a aquaponic organic setting. Swap session with tons of seeds and wine and cheese tasting , local and organic . Get first hand tips from
Master Gardeners and farmers.
Bring your seeds for trade and planting with plenty of planting trays available for you to take.
Learn guerrilla grafting techniques and plant pathology too"
I highly suggest everyone check it out. Almost every Saturday there is a different class and most are free or close to it. I follow them quite avidly on Facebook. There is a Build a sustainable rooftop farm in one day class April 11th or March 15th, I'm currently confused about this but will figure it out! I regret to say I cannot make it so if everyone could go for me and come back with notes and videos and ideas that would be great. (:
I'm really into this stuff. Anything about organic, GMO free, fresh food, I'm all about. It's such a beautiful thing and a shame it's not as easy to come across as it should be.
Till next time, xoxo