Spring has Sprung and it’s time to get to work in the Food Forest!

This year, we will be using SignUp.com to help us ensure we can get the work done in a safe and organized manner. If you would like to connect to do some work at the forest at another time, please email Andrea, our Food Forest Coordinator at fairfieldcommunitygardens@gmail.com and we’ll make it happen. Or just head on over and see what you can contribute!

To sign up for Mondays afternoons here:
https://signup.com/go/Tidftus

  • Please bring tools if you have them, otherwise we will provide sterilized tools.
  • No experience necessary.
  • We will be working in the garden with a maximum of 2 plus Emily, in separate zones to ensure we are physically distanced and tools do not overlap.
  • If you’re a family or a household, please sign up for both spots- thank you!

Thank you for your continued interest in the Food Forest!

Fairfield Food Forest is a permaculture garden growing a wide variety of small trees, berry shrubs, herbs and more. A passionate group of dedicated residents brought Fairfield Food Forest, our first community garden, into being in 2013. See what’s growing here.

Location: Porter Park, on Thurlow Rd between Kipling & Durban Streets.

See updates The Food Forest Facebook Page.

Email: fairfieldcommunitygardens@gmail.com

Facebook: Fairfield Community Gardens https://www.facebook.com/groups/839239216195711/


Fairfield Community Garden Proposal 2012
Map of Porter Park with proposed commons location
Community Garden Design
Garden Timeline

Please contact the group of you’re interested in volunteering or have any questions or concerns.

The Fairfield Food Forest receives financial support from the City of Victoriacov_logo_cmyk