Carrville Community Garden
Our 1.5 acre garden was started in 2001, on the grounds of the Toronto Waldorf School. The garden is run as a collective and we plan, work and harvest together rather than in individual plots. We use Biodynamic methods of growing and we are economically self sustainable and donate to the Toronto Waldorf Children’s Garden program. We grow food crops and flowers and keep egg laying hens and have bee hives on the property.
Members harvest what is in proportion to how much time and input they have spent in the overall work of the community garden. As we are becoming more and more self organized, there are many learning opportunities for members who want to take on different levels of responsibility. We welcome new members and volunteers and are happy to share information.