Directions to FoodShare: Our official address is 90 Croatia Street, and we are located in a former school building (Brockton Academy.) The best entrance is located at the corner of Brock Avenue and Brock Crescent, just south of Bloor St. West. You will see our greenhouse and find the FoodShare sign above the North-most door which is closest to that intersection. Please enter the building via that door and proceed into the main floor hallway. Our Administrative Office is Room 102, which is straight through that entrance area and to your immediate right once you reach the hallway.
- By TTC: From Dufferin subway station, walk west to Brock Avenue (at the set of traffic lights) and then go south and you will see our greenhouse. The entrance is the first entrance off of Brock Avenue and says "FoodShare" above the door.
- By car: Drive along Bloor Street to Brock Avenue and turn South onto Brock Avenue (the only direction, from Bloor). You will see our greenhouse on your left. The entrance is the first entrance off of Brock Avenue and says "FoodShare" above the door.
Drive along College Ave and turn North onto Brock Avenue. Drive several blocks North; our building is just North of Croatia Street. You will see our greenhouse on your right.The entrance is off of Brock Avenue and says "FoodShare" above the door.
- Parking: Turn onto Brock Crescent from Brock Avenue (between Bloor Street and Croatia Street). You can park in the first parking lot on your right or your left, and the third parking lot on your left (only lots labelled TDSB). There is also street parking and other neighborhood parking nearby.
Orlando Lopez and Liz Kirk will be teaching the techniques of seed starting - you will learn essential techniques for growing strong seedlings, make your own biodegradable, ready to plant seed starter pots, take home a seed tray with potted seeds and seedlings. You will also receive vegetable seeds that you could plant in your garden.More Details »
Join FoodShare Toronto, Ryerson University's Centre for Studies in Food Security and Ryerson Food Interest Group (RYEfig) as we host Dr. Alejandro Rojas and Elena Orrego from Vancouver's Think & Eat Green at School initiative.
Think & Eat Green at School builds healthy and sustainable school food systems by facilitating a community of learners in action research in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Join us for a Mead Making Workshop Led by Experienced Mead Maker Catherine Henderson!
Mead is honey wine and is the first alcoholic drink brewed, earlier than wine or beer. We will make a big batch, sample various brews, and talk about the finer points of mead and wine fermentation.