The act of planting forests in unforested areas
All the variety of life that can be found on Earth (plants, animals, fungi and microorganisms) as well as the communities that they form and the habitats in which they […]
Gardens designed for children to learn from and interact with plants, some of which are edible, in creative ways. Many run programs and activities for children to participate in.
An economic model of prodction and consumption that involves sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products rather than throwing things away once they have been used.
Commercially-licensed spaces that culinary professionals can rent and use to prepare food legally. They provide the flexibility of not having to own a kitchen space and appliances.
Places where people can rent tools and equipment for growing food, either for free or a small fee.
A place for the members of a neighbourhood to come together in a communal space to garden and grow food.
Places where people can go to access grocery food and items for free. Traditionally, community groceries were mainly available as non-perishable goods through Food Banks. Now, more fresh food options […]
A space where groups of people can meet on a regular basis to plan, cook and share healthy, affordable meals. They are usually available for free or for a small […]
Places where people can go to access freshly prepared meals for free. Many organizations that offer community meals offer more than just the food – they also provide a in-person […]