RichmondFruitRecovery

We collect surplus fruit from residential trees and donate it to our neighbours in need.

Local Food

Check out the wide range of meats, fruits, and veggies grown in Richmond with our Local Eating Guide.

Seedlings

Just like a book library, you can borrow seeds to grow, save, & share with the community at our seed library.

Richmond Food Charter

The Food Charter shows our values & commitments for a food secure community. Add your voice by signing on.

Our mission is to inspire a robust Richmond food system through education, advocacy, and community building initiatives.  
243

meals served to low-asset youth last year

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community garden plots at nine sites in Richmond

5014

pounds of fruit recovered in 2016

Digging in the Garden

Want to grow your own healthy, organic veggies?  Sign up for a community garden plot.

Richmond produce

Richmond Eats:

The Local Eating Challenge

Can you eat ONLY food grown in Richmond for one week?  We challenge you to join us!

Get Rooted

A team of youth leaders are taking action for food security this summer.

What is Food Security? “When all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active life.” – World Health Organization, 1996 World Food Summit
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