You’re invited to hear from national experts on community gardening, horticulture and community development. Participate in networking opportunities with gardeners and people working in sustainable practices across the region. Attend breakout sessions throughout the afternoon. Listen to keynote Timothy Tramble, Executive Director of Burton, Bell and Carr Community Development, discuss Cleveland’s Urban Innovative Agriculture Zone. We will also hear about Permaculture from Melissa Breed-Parks, Garden Coordinator of Maplewood Richmond Heights School District, Certified Permaculture Instructor and Non-Profit Consultant Reneé B. Johnson on mobilizing people power for garden projects.  Breakfast from Black Bear Bakery and lunch from Franco.

 
NEW LOW PRICE! All tickets now $5 for community gardeners and $10 general public. Only 3 days left to sign up.

REGISTRATION CLOSES MIDNIGHT WEDNESDAY FEB 6 (Tickets will still be available at the door for 2x ticket price)

When:
Saturday, February 16th, 2012.
Registration: 8:00am-9:00am
Program: 9:00am-4:00pm

Where:
St. Louis University High School
4970 Oakland Ave
*Please park in the “SLUH” parking area SW of the campus.
See attached map here.

How:
Click here to register.
$5 for community gardeners. $10 general public.

Questions?
Call 314.588.9600 x101 Monday – Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
Or email theresa@gateaygreening.org

There’s More?
Friday Night Movie Screening.
The Friday night before the summit, Gateway Greening will be hosting a screening of Urban Roots, a film about the Urban Agriculture movement in Detroit. Visit the Movie Night event page to learn more.

Gateway Greening Inc.

2211 Washington Ave.

St. Louis, Missouri 63103  314.588.9600