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Toronto Community Garden Network

The Toronto Community Garden Network encourages a healthy community gardening movement in the City of Toronto, supporting and linking community gardeners. The TCGN is made up of interested and energetic individuals and organizations committed to greening, organic gardening and to making community gardening an integral part of city life.

Community gardens in Toronto are situated on a range of properties including parks, building rooftops, senior citizens' residences, school board properties, churches, and more.

TCGN events include the eagerly anticipated official kick-off to spring, Seedy Saturday and Sunday, tours, and other get togethers during the summer and at harvest time, funding permitting.

For more information on TCGN visit the Toronto Community Garden Network website.

Upcoming Events

Market Gardens In The City: Groundbreaking Expertise from Urban Farmers in Toronto
September 16, 2015

Get to know the urban farmers growing and selling in Toronto!

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Market Gardens in the City: Learn from Ground Breaking Urban Farmers
September 17, 2015

Meet with Market Gardeners and Urban Farmers who have made it their business to grow and sell in the city of Toronto. They have their hands dirty and are navigating the world of growing, business plans, farmer's markets, CSA's, restaurants and added value products. Meet the people who have jumped in, hear their stories in a morning panel and get the chance to ask each of them key questions in the afternoon.

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FoodShare Academy: Making Jams with Sybil Pinnock
September 18, 2015

Using fresh fall strawberries, you will learn jam making and canning techniques with Sybil Pinnock. She will teach you how to pick the right fruit, preparation of the fruit and of jars, and give experienced advice on different recipes for jams. All participants will have hands on opportunities to learn from start to finish and take home jars of jam.

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