Toronto Master Gardeners invite the gardening public to join us in a day of exploring the idea of growing food in cities.
Urban agriculture refers to the practice of growing food of all sorts – fruits, vegetables, eggs, meat, honey, even space-using grains – in urban areas that haven’t traditionally been dedicated to food production. Urban agriculture can take place in yards, vacant lots, community gardens, highway medians, and other open spaces. Urban food production is practiced by large parts of the urban population in developing countries.
What about in your city?
Join our discussion on Saturday, January 11, from 8:30am to 3:30pm at the Toronto Botanical Garden, 777 Lawrence Avenue East.
You must register in advance. Just download the Tech Update Flyer 2014.