Toronto Gardening and Food Security Resources
Growing food in our busy city may sound like a heavy task, but there are many great resources available to help you grown your own produce. Whether it be a windowsil herb garden or a full blown rooftop vegetable patch, Toronto is a great city to try your hand at going green. Use these resources to help you get started. And don`t hesitate to be in touch if you have any questions or concerns. Slowly greening our city, we are spreading the seeds of knowledge to help increase food security within Toronto.
Ralph Thornton Centre, located at Queen and Broadview, acts as a hub for a multitude of community initiatives. The Betsy Swift Community Kitchen offers an engaging learning environment. Their Citizens for a Safe Environment initiative looks to clean up and care for the surrounding neighbourhood. Check back throughout the season for possible gardening activities.