There are over 100 community gardens in the Denver metro area in the state of Colorado. Gardens are located on vacant land (42%), school grounds (26%), housing facilities (15%) and other location (17%) such as churches and senior centers. Based on land tenure, community gardens in Denver are found on public land (52%), private land (24%) or owned by non-profits (16%) and Denver Urban Gardens (8%). Community gardens located in Missouri include the Gateway Greening network of Community Gardens, which comprises over 200 gardens throughout the city of St. Louis and surrounding counties. Gateway Greening is a St. Louis non-profit that educates and empowers people to strengthen their communities through gardening and urban agriculture. Gateway Greening also runs a 2.5 acre urban farm in downtown St. Louis.