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The Stop's Urban Agriculture program includes an 8,000-square-foot garden at Earlscourt Park; a greenhouse, sheltered garden and the Global Roots Garden at The Green Barn; as well as a community garden at Hillcrest Park. These sites yield more than 4,000 pounds of fresh organic produce for our programs every year, and engage community members of all ages in learning how to use sustainable methods to grow fresh, local produce year round. We also coordinate a garden-sharing program called Yes In My Backyard and run frequent community gardening workshops.
Upcoming Gardening Workshops
All workshops are free but registration is required. Contact Mandy at 416-651-7867 ext. 25 or mandy [at] thestop [dot] org. Free childcare provided.