Growing Resistance is a regenerative care project for communities and the environment. Access to food, clean air, and water (along with shelter) is the right of all people. We all occupy this space together and share the responsibility of taking care of the land and each other.
We commit to doing this by;
- Building partnerships with other food and plant programs in the City
- Collaborating with community members and neighbourhoods to convert their green spaces into food and plant gardens using up-cycled and repurposed materials
Growing Resistance is facilitated by Carling Miller and will soon be recruiting for volunteers!
Spring is finally arriving and that means it is just about time to start prepping those gardens!
The Growing Resistance program is looking to share garden space in someone’s front and/or backyard. We are a group of amatuer to moderately experienced gardeners with a passion for soil regeneration, planting pollinators, and growing food.
We are looking to share a greenspace of any size with someone who would like to grow flowers or food but unsure how to go about it, don’t have the time/energy/money, or simply want some physically-distanced garden buddies!
If you think you might be interested,fillout the form below and we’ll set up a time to chat!