Community Gardening

To us, community gardening is an essential component of local food systems. Our gardens create space for building positive relationships within communities, person to person. We believe that gardening together develops people’s connection between community and food. People are brought together by shared interests for creating, cultivating, socializing, and capacity building.

 

The passion and drive of our garden leaders and volunteers sustains community gardening projects. Every garden is unique and the opportunities are vast including plot adoption, growing for community events and feasts, cultivating food for donation,

greenhouse season extension, development of shared berry, fruit, and nut harvesting, and more. Local Food Manitoulin currently supports community gardening initiatives in

11 communities.

Find exact locations, contact information and details about opportunities for all community gardens on our Local Food 
Map.

 

Our Garden Locations:

  • Amikook Garden and Greenhouse, Wiikwemkoong 
  • Aundeck Omni Kaning Kitigaan-naa
  • Central Manitoulin Community Garden, Mindemoya
  • Good Food Box Gardens, Little Current
  • M’Chigeeng Kitigaan-naa
  • Naandwehgiigamik Health Centre Garden, Aundeck Omni Kaning
  • NEMI Community Garden, Little Current
  • Queen’s Park Community Garden, Assiginack
  • Sheguiandah First Nation Kitigaan-naa
  • Sheshegwaning Community Garden
  • The Mitchell Farm, Wiikwemkoong
  • Western Manitoulin Community Garden, Gore Bay
  • Whitefish River First Nation Health Centre Garden
  • Whitefish River First Nation Community Garden
  • Wiikwemkoong Children’s Community Garden
  • Zhiibaahaasing Community Garden

 

 

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