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The Ever Controversial Japanese Beetle Trap

June 29, 2020

by: Dean Gunderson To trap or not to trap, that is the ever present question when it comes to Japanese beetles. The shiny green Japanese beetle was introduced to the…  Read More



Action Steps

June 25, 2020

As Gateway Greening works to address equity and justice, we commit to the following action steps.



Statement From Gateway Greening

June 15, 2020

Gateway Greening continues to be deeply saddened by the effects of police brutality in our communities, both locally and nationally. We have been taking this time to reflect on our organization’s…  Read More



Processing Rice

March 20, 2020

by Dean Gunderson This is the second Part of our series on growing and processing rice.  To learn how to grow your own rice check out our blog post on…  Read More



Central Asia Regional Bed Varieties: by Cameron Lee

October 31, 2019

Take an Agricultural Tour of the World with Gateway Greening!  For the next few weeks, we’ll be posting a new blog post each Monday highlighting a regional bed from our…  Read More



Mesoamerican Regional Bed: by Cameron Lee

October 31, 2019

Take an Agricultural Tour of the World with Gateway Greening!  For the next few weeks, we’ll be posting a new blog post each Monday highlighting a regional bed from our…  Read More



Andes/South American Regional Bed Varieties: by Cameron Lee

October 31, 2019

Take an Agricultural Tour of the World with Gateway Greening!  For the next few weeks, we’ll be posting a new blog post each Monday highlighting a regional bed from our…  Read More



Tarahumara Popping Sorghum Crop: by Cameron Lee

September 13, 2019

Native to Northeastern Africa, sorghum is one of the world’s most important grains for human consumption and is a staple food for more than 500 million people in over 30…  Read More



Sweet Potato Crop: by Cameron Lee

September 6, 2019

Native to Central and South America, the sweet potato is one of the world’s most important crops. Versatile, the sweet potato can be used in numerous applications. Famous chemist and…  Read More



Soil Your Undies Lesson: By Rachel Wilson

August 15, 2019

There is a lot happening in the soil of your garden that you can’t see without using a microscope!  Did you know there are more soil microorganisms in a teaspoon…  Read More