Niagara West Community Garden Collective

Applications are open now until April 30, 2018

The Niagara West Community Garden Collective was formed in 2015 in a cooperative effort between the Employment Help Centre and the Niagara West Adult Learning Centre. Gardening and food skills knowledge and support are provided through hands-on mentoring and workshops.

Become a Gardener

Applications are currently open until April 30, 2018

The Niagara West Community Garden Collective (NWCGC) will be accepting applications for their gardens for the 2018 gardening season. Please note that we currently have a wait list for our Beamsville location.

Gardens will be open for planting on May 1st.

Download Your Garden Agreement

You’ll need to print it, fill out the form, and bring it into one of our three locations. If you don’t have access to a printer we will be happy to print one for you.

Community Garden Locations

We have over 50 garden plots in three locations across Niagara West.

Beamsville Community Garden

4271 Queen Street, Beamsville

Beamsville Community Garden

Sponsored by:
Niagara West Adult Learning Centre
4271 Queen Street,  Beamsville

Vineland Green Community Garden

Tallman Drive, Vineland

Vineland Community Garden

Sponsored by:
Employment Help Centre
4520 Ontario Street, Beamsville

Smithville Community Garden

Hank MacDonald Park, Mill St., Smithville

Smithville Community Garden

Sponsored by:
Employment Help Centre
4520 Ontario Street, Beamsville

How you can help the community garden

How You Can Help

Be a part of our community gardens and help us grow.

We’re always looking for new people to get involved with the gardens, whether it’s through volunteering with the Collective, donating garden tools and equipment or sharing your own gardening knowledge and experiences in one of our many seminars.

Donate

If you’d like to donate garden tools, plants, seeds, or money please email us at: gardens@employmenthelp.org

Volunteer

We offer a variety of rewarding volunteer opportunities to suit your talents and interests whether hands-on in gardens, in our workshops or helping administrate in the office.

To find out more information please email us at: volunteer@employmenthelp.org

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