A sense of community.
A 20′ X 20′ or a 20′ X 10′ in-ground garden plot in tilled and disked land.
Access to a water barrel shared with three other people.
Access to gardening tools to prepare and tend your garden.
FEED A FAMILY OF FOUR
With 400 sqft an active gardener should be able to grow enough vegatables to feed a typical family.
At $40/$70 for a season (depending on size of plot) it is an economical way to grow $600 -$1,000 of food.
Situated on the NCC land, and a main bus route make the site the most accessible location for most people.
Gardening is a very peaceful activity that is proven to reduce stress. If that doesn’t cut it for you, take a break and watch the baby goats instead.
PLANT HARD-TO-FIND FOOD ITEMS
While there are some limits on what food item can be planted, we gladly encourage a variety of non-perennial foods to be planted.
SUPPORT THE KANATA FOOD CUPBOARD
Plant a row in your plot for the food cupboard.
STRAIGHT FORWARD RULES
Download our garden rules and see how easy it is to join.
PLENTY OF SPACE TO GROW
400 square feet is a lot of space to grow. You will be surprised how much fresh, healthy food you can produce.
CONNECT WITH PEOPLE
While gardening, you will have plenty of opportunity to meet other gardeners like yourself.
Take the guesswork out of what’s in your food. It will be filled with your heart and soul.
Send us a message if you would like a plot in our garden or have any other questions.