At FoodShare we think it is important to freely share tools, resources, policies and programs with everyone who can use and benefit from them. We share all that we do, taking an open source approach that honours our role in a collective movement working toward food system change.
- Educator Resources
Curriculum-linked food literacy workshops for students of all ages.
- Program Resources
Manuals, guides, brochures, forms, templates and other useful tools created by FoodShare and used in our programs.
- Food Policy Resources
An ever expanding list of articles and links to Food Policy organizations and research.
- Media Resources
Check out our most recent media coverage, view photo albums, or read one of our latest newsletters.
Find rare seeds you don’t see in stores
Support the local growers who keep these seeds alive
Swap your seeds with other gardeners (or learn how to do it for next year)
Learn new gardening tips
Get inspired by the great work happening in your neighbourhood and across the city
The Scarborough Seedy Saturday, partnering with the Scarborough Green Fair, hosts a day of fun for gardeners and greeners of all ages.More Details »
Canadian Organic Growers in partnership with FoodShare is offering an
Organic Master Gardener Course - March to June 2014