Urban Agriculture 101

When was the last time you were walking through the city on a dreary winter morning, feeling less than inspired among the endless shades of grey, passing by empty lots or abandoned alleyways, when you notice a flower growing out of a crack in the pavement? Or maybe a bundle of tomatoes growing on a balcony nearby? Chances are it probably didn’t change your life - but I bet it made you feel just a little bit better, didn’t it? The change might be small at first, but urban agriculture has not only the potential to feed us, over time it can also transform the way we see our city and our own connection to it. If you’re new to this whole urban agriculture thing, let me take a moment to explain. I

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