The 40 Oaks Community Garden brings together community members to grow a variety of fresh vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Tenants at 40 Oaks, participants in the CRC Community Meal Program, and other community members work together to bring this new garden to life and share the harvest between our meal program and garden members/volunteers.
The Regent Park Community Food Centre, in partnership with Dixon Hall and Green Thumbs, Growing Kids, will help bring to life these exciting new features of Regent Park! Through partnerships with local agencies, this community garden will bring together community members to grow fresh food right here in Regent Park.
CRC has long played a role in the coordination of Regent Park’s Allotment Gardens, and currently coordinates the gardens at 259 Sumach, 184 River, and 295 Gerrard. Together, these gardens provide fresh produce for 64 families.
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For more information about our Community Gardens Programs, please contact:
Community Gardens Coordinator
416-363-4234 ext 239