Community Garden Programs
Working in high-priority communities around Halton, Halton Food has developed thriving community gardens full of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Each week a staff member is present in the gardens where the residents (and kids!) know they can visit to help care for the garden, and ask any questions they have about the plants.
Community Teaching garden, Open Doors at St Christopher's Anglican Church
- Open to anyone who wants to learn to garden or offer a helping hand. Visit us Tuesdays from Easter to Thanksgiving at Open Doors at St Christopher’s in the Community Teaching Garden behind the church. Parking available. All are welcome. Drop-in 4pm to 6pm. [currently closed due to Ontario Health restrictions. Please check back often for updates]
Halton Local Food and Community Garden Map
- View the Halton Region Food Map to find your local community garden, farmers’ market or food distribution centre.
School Gardens Network
- School Gardening Programs – providing Ontario Curriculum-linked programming for the classroom, school garden or your local community garden to support your regular classroom teachings.
- You will find Halton Food at many local community outreach events including PD Days, farmers’ markets, community events, seedy Saturdays with hands-on activities to engage all ages with a focus on local food systems, food security and community gardening initiatives and information on how you can get involved.