Community Gardens

A community garden is a space where plants are grown by the community to meet that community’s needs. The garden engages community members to grow their own vegetables and herbs, to get exercise, and to meet new friends.

Community Gardens, Hamilton Community Garden Network

Phone:
Work: 905-574-1334 x302
Contact:
Amy Angelo, Manager of Food Access and Skills, Hamilton Community Food Centre, Neighbour to Neighbour Centre
Email: Web: Address:
28 Athens Street, Hamilton, ON L9C 3K9
Hours:
Hours vary by location, contact the coordinator listed in the Garden Directory for more information
Cost:
Membership
fees vary, contact the garden coordinator for more details
Who can access this service:

Eligibility varies by location. More details are available in the garden directory or by visiting the website.

How to apply:

Contact the Coordinator for the garden you are interested in. Contact information is available ing the Garden Directory.

Hamilton Community Garden Network (HCGN) provides resources and tools needed to start, run, or participate in community garden development. Current community garden locations can be searched on the online map.
HCGN is currently organized by the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre's Hamilton Community Food Centre. 

McQuesten Urban Farm Services

Phone:
Contact:
Email: Web: Address:
Hours:
Hours vary, contact for details
Cost:
None
Who can access this service:

Open to residents of the McQuesten neighbourhood

How to apply:

Contact for volunteer opportunities or to register for programs

An initiative to increase food security in the McQuesten area in the green space behind former St. Helen's School.  Runs a weekly Saturday market at McQuesten Urban Farm and Ottawa Street Farmers Market.  Provides weekly food boxes to residents of the McQuesten neighbourhood.  Also offers educational and recreational programs to community groups and school groups.  Accepts suggestions for future workshops.  Part of the Hamilton Community Gardens Network.