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Just Food is a local, non-profit, community-based organization that works on both rural and urban food and farming issues in Ottawa and the surrounding region

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Ongoing, updated info about visiting Just Food Community Farm

Rules change throughout each season. Please check back regularly.Each person visiting the Just Food Community Farm is responsible for knowing and following the rules.Guest visitors to the farm visit at your own risk, and if not following the rules will be considered trespassing and asked to leave. Rules for visiting Just Food Community Farm All current COVID rules …

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS – How to Start a Community Garden

Join us on April 29th or May 1st, 2021 and learn about the steps involved in starting a community garden. How to search for land, what is essential when starting a community garden, the support available, tips for organizing and much more!

2021 CSA Farm Guide

Are you looking for fresh produce from a local farm to your table, all summer long? Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) boxes are a great way to connect with and support local farmers, by ordering your seasonal produce in advance. CSA farms usually offer weekly delivery or pick-up of vegetables. CSA shares can also include meat, …

Get Ready to Garden 2021 | Learn Through (Virtual) Gardening Workshops and Resources

____ Click to see details below: 1. Just Food Gardening Basics – Free Workshops 2. Free Garden Guides for Ottawa in English, French, Mandarin, Spanish, Arabic 3. Canadian Organic Growers Gardening Symposium 2021 1. Just Food Gardening Basics – Free Workshops  Gardening Basics brought to you by Community Gardening Network at Just Food, for home gardeners or community …

March 2021 | WORKSHOP How to Start a Community Garden

Join us on March 23 or March 27, 2021 and learn about the steps involved in starting a community garden. How to search for land, what is essential when starting a community garden, the support available, tips for organizing and much more!Suitable for new gardens, or existing gardens looking to onboard new volunteer coordinators.The attendance …

Input into Ottawa City Council’s decision on the urban boundary expansion

Tomorrow, Ottawa City Council will meet to vote on recommendations made at a joint meeting of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee and the Planning committee, in late January. The recommendations include the selection of lands slated for development in a new, expanded urban boundary. These decisions are significant, difficult to overturn, and therefore will have a …

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