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The Toronto Community Garden Network (TCGN) is made up of individuals and organizations from across the Greater Toronto Area. They are committed to greening and sustainable gardening practices across the City of Toronto, and to make community gardening an integral part of city life.LEARN MORE
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Toronto’s first Urban Agriculture Day
Toronto Urban Growers (TUG) is pleased to announce that the City of Toronto will declare the first official Urban Agriculture Day on September 15, 2017. The official proclamation day will be surrounded by nine days of events celebrating urban-grown food and the people who grow it. From September 9-17, urban Read More
Toronto Pollinator Protection Strategy
Conserving and properly managing Toronto’s diverse pollinator community is a key component of a sustainable, resilient, and biodiverse city. As pollinators, bees provide an invaluable service to the ecosystem. Without bees, much of the food we eat and the natural landscapes we enjoy would not exist.
A Tribute to Dagmar Baur
While Dagmar passed away in April 2010, her friends celebrated her life and contributions to the community garden movement recently with the installation of a memorial plaque in the Bain Co-op courtyard. Some people you don’t forget! Dagmar had been a member of the Toronto Community Garden Network (TCGN) for Read More