Garden Sharing Network Toronto is brought to you by the good folks at Greenest City, Access Alliance, The Stop Community Food Centre, Toronto Green Community and Toronto Urban Growers. We connect people who are willing to share their yard space with growers who don’t have land for growing food in the Parkdale, Taylor-Massey and Wychwood areas. By matching growers to underused space, we hope to increase the amount of fresh, local food grown in our communities and make our neighbourhoods greener.
What is Garden Sharing? Yard sharing is a popular way across Canada to help people who want to grow fresh, local produce but don’t have access to gardening space. People who have space they aren’t using offer it to a local gardener. The gardener and landholder make an agreement about how to share the produce.… Continue reading What is Garden Sharing?
We help match people who want to share garden space with gardeners looking for a place to grow food. If you’re interested in sharing your space, we will get more information about your space and how you’d like to share it. At the moment, we can help you in the following neighborhoods: Parkdale Wychwood (St.… Continue reading How We Can Help
“It has been going very well. The family are lovely and it’s a treat to see the children enjoying the garden space so much. They planted many things and keep up the watering. One evening I enjoyed a delicious spear of broccoli!
Great programme Lara, thank you!
I was moving to an apartment with no outside space not even a balcony. I was looking for a community garden, but they all put me on a waiting list, but Liz found me a garden right away.