Urban Farm

Welcome

Want to support gardening activity happening at Common Roots Urban Farm? There are many ways to 'pitch-in'.  Choose an interest  and support level that fits you best from our Support Menu below:

$ 10  Purchase an perennial for the Flower Farm
$ 20  Sponsor one food box delivery to the Parker Street Food Bank
$ 30  Sponsor the annual plot fee for someone who can't afford it
$100  Sponsor the building of new plot
$250  Sponsor a half share in the Food Bank CSA
$500  Sponsor a full share in the Food bank CSA

Menu Choices

Donations may be made using the PayPal option above, by requesting an invoice from .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  or mailing a cheque payable to Partners for Care, #1122 -1796 Summer St., Halifax, NS   B3H 3A9.

Registered charity tax receipts will be provided for all donatons of $25 or more.

Track our progess towards our spring fundraisng goal.

 

 

About the Farm

Common Roots Urban Farm is a hybrid garden right in front of QEII Emergency, on part of the old Commons where the Queen Elizabeth High School once stood. This pilot project hopes to inspire a community-built vision of urban agriculture and productive landscapes everywhere. More than just a community garden, the farm includes a market garden, edible landscaping, and places to sit and relax. Everyone is welcome to wander and work. We host groups and individual community members working together, learning how to grow and eat healthy food. Visitors are encouraged to come by any day between 3 and 6 p.m. for an introduction to the farm.

Partners for a Healthier Weight

Kynock Resources has generously donated all of the soil for the farm.  The soil is gardening soil with 40% organic matter, and is the healthiest purchasable gardening soil available! Thanks to Kynock’s attention to quality and generosity for providing us with our foundation.For more info click here.

Our space is an interim land use.  The land is currently managed by Partners for Care, a registered charity that supports the patients of Capital Health. Together, we are creating a place in the city where we can learn through hands-on experience how personal, community, and environmental health are intimately connected.