Many Feathers Gardens
Imagine spaces where residents of the Lisgar/Meadowvale area can drop in and interact with other members of the community while working on a garden that provides them with fresh veggies & fruits! The Many Feathers Garden Project is a collaborative and educational endeavour that aims to grow our ties to the community. We have started the ground work, and are in our second year of growth.
Read about our experiences, and join us on one of our drop in gardening sessions in the upcoming season!
An update on our garden goals and new beginnings for the season. Most of our seedlings will be ready to plant at our planting events on Saturday & Sunday May 20-21, 2017 from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. Email email@example.com if you're interested in participating!
In 2016 Many Feathers Co-op worked towards adding new projects and events that aligned with our three pillars of empowerment, sustainability, and community. As the year comes to a close here's a run down of what we got up to this year.
As fall sets in the Many Feathers Garden is wrapping up. We had an amazing season from May – October of harvests enjoyed by our volunteers and customers. Here are some important takeaways from year one of the Many Feathers Garden.
It's Ontario Agriculture Week, and Many Feathers wants to encourage you to learn more about why shopping local is good for your community and good for you! Visit our last market on Sunday October 9th from 9 - 2 pm at Lisgar Go Station and celebrate Ontario's bounty with us! #LoveOntFood
Our Garden Team is preparing and saving seeds for next season, and a quick garden update!
We're thankful that our garden is doing beautifully, and we have gotten an incredible opportunity to expand operations and do even more for our community! If you're interested in joining our #DreamTeam check out this post!
We did it! The first official harvest of our community garden, and some unexpected wildflower finds!
Dealing with bunny bandits and getting a helping hand from Canadian Tire Meadowvale!
Many Feathers developed and created a sustainable community garden that is over 1,000 sq ft with over 30 types of vegetables, herbs, flowers, and fruit!
Many Feathers celebrated Earth Day by planting 150 seeds in preparation for our community garden!