JoAnne Douglas works in the hospital and rents a community plot with her co-workers. She met me on the farm this summer to talk about dandelions, Tree Baths, and what the farm means to hospital staff and the rest of the community. SG: Let’s start with what...read more
There are too many reasons to love fresh, local produce! They are not only more nutritious, but also safer to consume. Long transportation and storage will reduce nutrients in fruits and vegetables, such as anti-oxidants Vitamin C and carotenes, and increases the...read more
Join us on Sunday, Oct 22nd @ 3-4 pm on the farm for the Harvest Workshop to learn easy seedsaving techniques and amazing healthy facts on local produce by tasting them! Free admission!! Please RSVP email@example.com for registration.read more
On Friday September 22, we had our grand opening for the Rick Hansen Healing Garden. What a great event! Thanks to everyone who came out - what a nice big crowd. Here is a link to some great photos of the event - thanks to Såndor Fizli. We were also on Global news,...read more
Thank you to everyone who filled out the mid-season survey. We had 82 responses, which is a fantastic snapshot of the farm community.
The survey told us a lot of amazing things about who uses the farm and what we are doing well and what we need to work on.read more
Thank you to Laura Whitman who wrote a lovely piece about how Back to our Roots and Common Roots urban farms are addressing food insecurity, by feeding and healing our communities. Exerpt: “Gardening is such a soul-feeding experience,” said Lindsay....read more