Join the Missouri Botanical Garden in making this a summer of sustainability and learn how to help your family, friends, and coworkers live green. Meet sustainability experts and dive into a day of learning, exploring, and engaging at institutions throughout the heart of St. Louis.

This article is presented in partnership with Missouri Botanical Garden.

Photo credit: Missouri Botanical Garden sustainability staff

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Select dates now through August 5 | Locations vary by date

Hosted by the Missouri Botanical Garden in partnership with the institutions of the Metropolitan St. Louis Zoo-Museum District, the Green Living Festival lets visitors explore the links between sustainability and a healthy environment. Our experts provide tips to make your lifestyle, workplace, community and residence greener.

Event highlights include exhibitors, family-friendly activities, workshops, tours, and more, and all Green Living Festival activities are included with general admission at each venue.

2023 schedule of events:

June 17: Saint Louis Science Center

July 8: Saint Louis Zoo

July 22: Missouri History Museum

August 5: Missouri Botanical Garden

Photo credit: Missouri Botanical Garden sustainability staff

Founded in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is one of the nation’s oldest botanical gardens in continuous operation and a National Historic Landmark.

The Garden’s mission is driven by the need to protect and conserve plants and their ecosystems. We seek to inspire and educate all members of our local region about the benefits of being good environmental stewards through responsible and sustainable use of natural resources.

“To discover and share knowledge about plants and their environment in order to preserve and enrich life.”

-Missouri Botanical Garden mission