Right Relations Garden Naming Ceremony

Right Relations Garden Naming Ceremony and Equinox CelebrationSunday, September 20 4:00 pmSt. Matthews United Church, 729 St Clair Ave West at RushtonElder Dr. Catherine Brooks (Pedhubun Migizi Kwe) will lead an Anishinaabemowin Naming Ceremony. Dr. Brooks writes that we will “celebrate the giving of this name to the garden, the home for the medicines, and for the benefit of the spirits of the people seeking and bringing healing through their actions and intentions.”The Right Relations Garden was built by the Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Group at St. Matt’s as a response to the Calls for Action for Churches to the Truth and Reconcilation... >

Food for Resilience: Transatlantic Lessons from Community Gardens and Farms

WebinarFriday, September 18, 10:00-11:30 am (EDT)Hear from community gardeners and urban farmers from London, Toronto, and New York City around how gardens and farms are contributing toward these cities’ resilience, food security, and COVID-19 response.Organised by Capital Growth in London, NYC Parks GreenThumb in New York, and Toronto Urban Growers, this webinar will share lessons from across the pond on how community gardens and urban farms are responding to the COVID-19... >

Basics of Brewing Compost Tea

Hosted by Crooked FarmzWednesday at 7 PM – 8:30 PMThe Carrot Green Roof348 Danforth more about improving soil health organically to better support your vegetable gardens, perennial beds, or backyard urban farms during this twin bill of workshops taking place at The Carrot Green Roof as part of Toronto Urban Agriculture Week festivities. >

Pre-UA Week Social at the Carrot Green Roof

Thursday, September 10, 6-8 pm348 Danforth Ave. (just west of Chester Ave.) The Carrot Green Roof can be accessed by exterior stairs near the entrance to The Big Carrot.See what vegetables, native plants and beehives can be sustained on 6 inches of rooftop soilNo speeches or talks, just an informal chance to catch up with other growers in one very strange growing season!Due to COVID-19 safety precautions, attendance is capped at 30... >