My   fed   farm  2021   is  back!

My FED Farm began in 2020 as an emergency response to COVID-19 that provided 514 startup food garden kits to those disproportionately affected by the pandemic. This year, we are growing the program to provide both individual and community gardens to those in need. We are so grateful to our amazing community for all of their support and can't wait to for another year of garden deliveries and increasing food security in Greater Victoria!

Imagine downtown Victoria as an urban food oasis:

Lush, green spaces, rooftop & boulevard gardens, mini food forests, and hundreds of pollinators existing in unison within our bustling downtown landscape.


Imagine it not only as a place to reap nature’s bounty, but to learn, grow and make a positive impact on our fragile planet.

Welcome  to  Victoria,  B.C.'s  Food  Eco  District  (FED), an  urban district  that celebrates  food  and  sustainability.

The Food Eco District is a local non-profit that is working to create a vibrant and distinct neighbourhood in Victoria's downtown core. The District is fast becoming a destination for sustainable food, full of amazing eateries and a growing number of edible gardens.


By partnering with the finest restaurants in the district and beyond, FED is planting food, eating local, and growing a movement.


It's time to get FED! 

Head into downtown Victoria for a walking tour of FED, or hop on your bike to check out our other amazing members all across town.

Thank you to our corporate sponsors

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Thank you  to  our project funders

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Help   grow   the   Food   Eco   District!

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We are absolutely honoured to be living and working on the traditional territories of the Lekwungen peoples, specifically the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, whose relationship with the land continues to teach and inspire us to this day.