Spring Fling! May 15th, 2021 from 10 am to 2 pm.


Join us for a Spring Fling from 10 am to 2 pm, come by Paulik Park at 7611 Ash Street. We’ll be joined by the Richmond Garden Club and they’ll be selling edible fruit, veggie, herb, and fruit seedlings.


This is a cash-only event.


We’ll have compost available for pre-sale only. Fill out the form linked below before May 2nd, and pay before May 14th. Pick up your soil on May 15th! There are compost aerators too!


We’ll be selling honey from hives all around Richmond. There are 2 sizes, $15 for the 250 ml and $25 for the 500 ml.


We’ll have our seed library available for you to check out seeds as well.


Bring your garden questions, we’ll have a Master Gardener on hand!


We’ll have hand sanitizer and it will be one at a time.


We look forward to seeing you!

Engaging a resilient local food system through education, advocacy, and community-building initiatives
Learn all you need to start gardening from our Veg-U-cation videos! Find how to clean up your garden. More videos to come!


This is part of a Veg-U-cation video series based on our Kids in the Garden Program for our students in the City of Richmond School District in British Columbia during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

We have honey for sale! Drop by the Terra Nova Red Barn, next to the community garden parking, Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10 am and 12 pm.


The 250 ml is $15 and the 500 ml is $25. It is cash only.


For more information or alternative arrangements, please contact Ian, Executive Director & Beekeeper, at 778-681-9264.

Digging in the Garden

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

Find out how to plant common vegetables and herbs from our vegucation series. We post throughout the weekdays on everything from why you should grow it, how to grow it and how to save the seeds.

Due to the Pandemic, we are not teaching in classrooms, but we are growing food in a few school gardens. We have also made our lesson plans free to use. Take a look!

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contact points from our Kids in the Garden program since 2017


community garden plots at 11 sites in Richmond


pounds of fruit picked and donated to the Food Bank since 2008

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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