Welcome to Just Food!

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


Stop undisclosed, unregulated Genetically Modified Seeds

Join thousands of people across Turtle Island tomorrow to call the Minister of Health, Jean-Yves Duclos, at 613-995-2024 and tell him that you do not support self-regulation of genetically modified products. Self-regulation removes government safety checks that ensure transparency and accountability from companies who make

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Seedy Saturday – March 4, 10am-3pm

Come out on March 4th 2023 for a seed sale with a focus on heritage, health, and open-pollinated seeds from local growers. Talk to your neighbors, meet fellow gardeners, and support local businesses and nonprofit organizations. Come out and enjoy:  You will also receive access

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Greenhouse Training Intensive Course 2023

Greenhouse Training Hybrid (online / in-person) with Mat Levinson of Slow Roots Farm (formerly Capital Greens Urban Farm) Once again Just Food is bringing you a 2-session intensive workshop for those looking to learn greenhouse production of organic seedlings. This year the sessions are led by

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Holiday Markets

Holiday Markets in the Savour Ottawa Region

Come out to holiday markets in the city and surrounding areas! From now until December 24th there are markets available for all ages with handmade goods, vintage finds, delicious food, warm drinks, and live music. Come out to the events below and support the local

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Fall Farm Fest


Bring your family and friends – Free to attend

Just Food Community Farm
This Sunday, October 2nd 2022
11am – 3pm
2391 Pepin Court, Ottawa (in Blackburn Hamlet, just East of Vanier)

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Just Food at the Ottawa Garden Festival

25th anniversary of the Ottawa Community Gardening Network! To mark the 25th anniversary of the Ottawa Community Gardening Network, Just Food—as part of the Ottawa Garden Festival—is celebrating all residents who grow food on balconies, in back and front yards, on school grounds, in community

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