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A Rocha Community Garden Network

Faith-based Community Gardens

Tend a Garden, Grow Food & Care for God’s Creation.

A Rocha Canada has launched our first ever Community Garden Network helping you to facilitate the transformation of your community into one that practices caring for God’s creation through sustainable food production! This network will give gardeners, info-seekers, and volunteers the chance to publicize a garden, learn about useful gardening practices and to seek advice and encouragement for your local community gardening project.

Participate in our Garden Network

  1. Fill out your Community Garden Profile here to share your garden vision and details.
  2. Ask questions, share your stories and resources on our Forum and Facebook Page.
  3. Email Queenie, our Community Garden Mobilizer, community.gardens [at] arocha.ca for consulting support.
  4. No community garden? Start one! Talk to people about your idea, and learn more about how Community Organizing works.
  5. Follow our Community Garden Network Blog.
  6. Read our Good Seed Sunday Resources here.
Free Community Gardening Resources available here and don’t hesitate to contact Queenie, community.gardens@arocha.ca for more information!

Resources

Community gardens are growing in number and size across Canada. A Rocha resources help facilitate starting and maintaining a community garden.

Community Gardening Manual

The community gardening manual helps facilitate the organizational aspects of starting a community garden.

Gardening With God

This resource gives a detailed look at the “How Tos” of community gardening.

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