Join us for a screening of the documentary Food Chains, followed by food justice conversations sparked by the film.
Free event, accepting PWYC donations at the door to cover costs. Refreshments provided.
Join FoodShare's team of passionate parents who are Saying Yes! to Good Healthy Food at home.
During this two hour free workshop you'll learn valuable tips and tricks for connecting children and youth of all ages to the joys of cooking and enjoying healthy, delicious recipes together
Got bugs on your balcony? Wilted plants in your yard? Join us as we explore organic pest management for food gardens with practical tips for creating lush and healthy gardens. You will learn about: Common pests in the garden, Organic pest control options, Importance of plant diversity for healthy gardens
Wanted to start that compost in your backyard, or you have a composter that you arenít using? You will learn how to create compost that will enrich your soil quickly. Trouble shooting, a recipe for best practices, and no complaints from your neighbours...in fact they might just be jealous about your beautiful plants.
This is a workshop that focuses on planting flowers, herbs and vegetables that will flower all season to attract and save our urban pollinators - especially our bees. Learn how to plan your garden so it will bloom from spring to fall. You will learn with Mylee Nordin, a Professional Apiarist who worked with FoodShare as staff beekeeper for many years and has extensive hands on experience with bees and plants.
Learn the secrets of making an all-star chutney - using a mix of diverse and vibrant ingrediants including mangoes and ontario grown. Sybil Pinnock will teach the techniques of making chutneys from start to finish.
Earn the envy of your friends and neighbours as you continue to harvest fresh vegetables from your garden even when there is snow on the ground! In this workshop you will learn inexpensive ways to keep your garden productive longer, and to get a head start in the spring.