Community Garden

Ever Thought of Growing Your Own Food?

The Community Garden is a summer initative that provides students with a communal and interactive space to grow their own produce and engage in the Toronto community. The Community Garden aims to give students the tools to discover, learn, hone, grow, and meet their potential in this interactive program.

The Community Garden’s programs learning outcomes include:

  • How to grow their own produce
  • Engage in the Toronto community
  • Network
  • Learn a new skill
  • Help provide produce to SNAP (Student Nutrition Access Program) Hamper program. onsite.
Want to volunteer?

If so! Then please go to our SnapSupport email to sign up!


Do You Want to Meet Fun and Exciting People?

Have A Green Thumb?

What’s Growing?

This year for the community Garden will be growing:

  • Spring Onion
  • Tomatoes
  • Peppers
  • Kale

However, we are open to volunteers input on what produce we should grow, since this program will be an interactive learning experiences for students and volunteers.

What to bring?
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Gardening gloves*
  • Hat
  • Close toe shoes
  • Snack *
  • Yourself

*In the case you do not have gardening items, we will have limited items that can be shared.

Garden Hours:

The SNAP community garden is closed for the season. Thank you to all volunteers!

Community Garden Open:

June. 1 to August. 31

Garden located at the Casa Loma Campus – Green Space behind Pizza Nova


Contact Us:

To get a hold of us please contact our mail and someone will get back to you!