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Good Life Growing is an urban farming company utilizing Aquaponic, Hydroponic, Aeroponic, and other organic farming methods in order to produce quality, local food all year-round. Our social enterprise is proud to be a community-based organization focused on promoting renewal and food access in St. Louis, MO.
We supply, support, and consult businesses, non-profits, schools, organizations, and individuals across the Greater St. Louis area.


  • Year-Round Local Produce Supply

    • Fresh, local produce grown all year long!

    • Micro-greens farm-to-table options 

    • Contact us to learn more about our offerings and how we can meet your business needs.  

  • Farm Setup & Management

    • Custom Bids & Builds 

    • Farm construction & management Services

    • Farm & Garden Design

    • Grow system installation & training

  • Community Education Services

    • Experiential Learning Sites

    • Community Service Site

    • Service-Learning Site

​Urban Agriculture sites offer great places for people to gather!

Whether you'd like to coordinate a tour of an indoor grow facility, plan a community service event, or are looking to host your next team meeting or lunch in the community, we encourage you to reach out today and to take event of our event spaces and services. 

       4057 Evans Community Farm

  • Service & Volunteer Site

  • Outdoor Urban Farm

  • Greenhouse 

  • Grow Beds

  • Hoop Houses

  • Aquaponic Bed

  • Community Farm

      The GreenCubator @ 1124 Lumiere 

  • Indoor Agriculture Production Space

  • Business Incubation & Support

  • Education & Training Support

  • Distribution & Food Hub

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Events, Tours & Meetings...
Urban Farming Services
Urban Farming Benefits

  • Year-Round Produce & Food Supply

  • Supports Local Food Systems

  • Provides Alternative Land Uses for Vacancies

  • Garden Setup & Management

  • Farm Setup & Management

  • Urban Agriculture Gardens  

  • Monthly & Weekly CSA Packages 

  • Composting Services 

  • Weekly Farmers Market 

  • Community Education 

  • Community Service Sites

  • Experiential Learning

  • Local Food Hubs 

  • Food Policy Advocacy 

  • Connecting Urban & Rural Growers


Community Engagement & Urban Agriculture

We invite you to help support us in our battle against food insecurity by getting involved! Whether you need volunteer hours, would like to learn more about urban farming, need a service site for your group, or just want to learn more about our grow methods, Good Life Growing wants to help you achieve those goals. We support an array of local programs, volunteer groups, and community engagement efforts that connect local community members to urban agriculture, for example

  • Community Service Federal Work Study Site (check your university)

  • Service-Learning or Community Based Research Projects & Requirements

  • Community Events & Volunteer Group Site 

  • Volunteer-Based Internship Opportunities 

  • One-time and On-going Volunteer Site

  • Immersion, Mission Trip, or Research Groups

  • Community Education Support for Local Programs

If you would like more information, have a question, or want to learn more about how you can get involved contact us at

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Reimagining St. Louis -- Gateway to Urban Growing


At Good Life Growing our mission is to produce quality, locally grown food in support of local residents, local food system and supply for Greater St. Louis.

​Our team of farmers, researchers, educators, and community advocates understand urban agriculture offers many dynamic benefits, from acting as a means to increase urban food production or integrate sustainable practices into urban development.

Our team has utilized hydroponic, aeroponic, and aquaponic methods to develop an affordable, effective indoor grow system that enables us to supply quality food year-round while increasing healthy food access in the area. We are committed to harnessing the wealth of knowledge and technology at our disposal today to not only spur a vibrant, strategically important urban agriculture hub in St. Louis but also help make St. Louis the "Gateway City" to a new, exciting frontier where development is done for and with local residents. 

If you are interested in our work and would like to learn more, don't hesitate to contact us! We are always open to networking & collaborating with like-minded individuals or organizations committed to positive social change in our region!


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