Due to increasing popularity, some changes have been made to the mushroom growing workshop. If you wish to take home one of the kits that will be made during the workshop, please email Justine at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a total of 12 kits, priority will be given to those who email first! But don’t worry, documentation on all materials used will be available for those attending. Thank you for your understanding, we look forward to seeing you next week!
Don’t forget to check out our amazing FREE workshops line-up for the month of July! Some workshops require registration, please visit our Summer 2014 Free Workshops page or like our Facebook page for more details. More workshops will follow, please check back soon!
Friendly reminder: our first Market Stand of the season will be held tomorrow at the Solar House on Concordia’s Loyola Campus, from 11 am to 1 pm!
Make sure to check out our 2014 Market Stand Weekly Update page to know what is available at the stand every week. See you there!
The City Farm School is proud to announce the return of its Market Stand for summer 2014!
We are located just behind Hingston Hall (at the Solar House) on Concordia University’s Loyola Campus. The Market Stand will be open from 11am – 1pm every Tuesday and Thursday from June 10th until mid-October. We will have a variety of organic vegetables, fruits and herbs for sale, all of which were grown on-site by the City Farm School interns! Seeds, seedlings and herbal teas will also be available. Please visit our 2014 Market Stand Weekly Update page to find out what we will be harvesting each Tuesday and Thursday morning.
We look forward to seeing you there!
To see the full list of available seeds and seedlings Click Here
The Market Gardener and School Yard Gardener internships for 2014 are now full. Thank-you to everyone who applied. We’re looking forward to a great year.
We are happy to announce that we are now accepting applications for 2 full-season internships for the 2014 season.
Market Gardener Program
This internship is designed to create urban farmers who are interested in taking their veggies to market, while also working collectively to design and manage a typical scale community garden plot. Beginning in early March, students will embark on a full season of running a small scale urban garden market, from seedlings to garden to market to preservation, ending in late October. Bringing the farm internship to the city!
Schoolyard Gardener Program
Schoolyard gardens are a growing innovation in alternative education spaces. As a space, gardens offer kids the chance to take ownership and feel proud of the way in which their school grounds look. Not only this, but we are seeing immense opportunities for offering regular curriculum classes in the garden, especially topics such as science, art, and health.
This program is ideal for someone who is interested in working with youth, but who is also motivated to plan and manage a garden for an entire season… no small task!
We are accepting applications on a rolling basis – so act fast – as space is limited!
And stay tuned for details about other upcoming events, workshops and mini-internships!