Campus Food Systems Project
A national project that brings more local, sustainable food onto Universities and supports student learning and leadership.  The Campus Food Systems Project works across Canada to support campus-community collaboration and the creation of sustainable and healthy food systems. The Campus Food Systems Project helps to create Applied Student Research projects to enhance academic and community experiences. Read more

Grow Rocket!
Rocket grows produce, year-round using sustainable, clean technology to provide fresh, nutritious culinary ingredients for the Galt neighbourhood. In a 2014 pilot project, Rocket! sold fresh produce to students and residents through customized orders or subscription boxes picked up right at the school. Read more

University Health Network
Do you eat food? Then you have an opinion! Join in and unleash your ideas to better connect local Ontario food to our hospitals at University Health Network. Read more

Fresh Roots
We transform urban spaces to create thriving neighbourhood gathering places for learning, sharing, and connecting. Sharing food is a timeless, universal act of community. And we believe that healthy produce should be accessible to everyone. That’s why we grow and sell vegetables in the heart of urban neighbourhoods.
Our Good Food Markets sell the food we grow right back to the neighbourhood where it’s grown. They are also community hubs where students, teachers, and neighbours come together in a bustling marketplace atmosphere. Read more

Telus Corporate Urban Community Garden
With the help of Audrey Bayens and urban farmer and garden curator Renée Nadeau, TELUS has built Toronto’s first corporate urban garden to generate fresh, local organic produce for charitable organizations in the Greater Toronto Area and TELUS team members. On the 5th floor patio at TELUS House Toronto, a LEED Gold-certified development in the downtown core, the team has built a pilot garden to assess the difficulties of rooftop production, and potentially to test the therapeutic benefits for employees.
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FarmStart aims to encourage and support a new generation of entrepreneurial, ecological farmers. The new farmers we support bring skills, connections and passion that can lead to innovation and renewal. These new ecological farmers are cultivating a real, sustainable and delicious future for their own families, our communities and our farmlands. Read more

WaterFarmers Aquaponics
The WaterFarmers are Toronto’s pioneering professional Aquaponic consulting group dedicated to providing turnkey solutions for Aquaponics as a sustainable food production system. Our commitment to providing clients technology based food security solutions is nurtured by our value for pure, hyper-local, better-than-organic food sources. WaterFarmers currently serves interests in the potential of Aquaponics as a commercial, community, hobby, or academic venture. Read more