Community Gardens

Community gardens benefit the community in a number of ways including health and wellness, community engagement and connection to the environment. Gardening encourages food security by allowing participants to grow their own food and/or donate what they have grown. Additionally, gardening provides an outlet for physical activity, stress relief and creation of friendships through community involvement

Metro Vancouver Housing Corporation is committed to supporting the development of community gardens at its housing sites. As such, established gardens are located at the following sites and “growing”.

 

NE Area
Fraserwood, Maple Ridge, BC
Greystone Village, Burnaby, BC
Inlet Centre, Port Moody, BC
Malaspina Village, Coquitlam, BC
Meridian Village, Port Coquitlam, BC
Moray Place, Port Moody, BC
Park Court, Coquitlam, BC
Ozada Village, Coquitlam      
Ran Beamish Place, Burnaby, BC       

NW Area
Earl Adams Village, Vancouver, BC
Habitat Villa, Vancouver, BC
Hemlock Court, Vancouver, BC
Kelly Court, Vancouver, BC
Pinewood Place, North Vancouver, BC
Tivoli Gardens, Vancouver, BC
Walnut Gardens, North Vancouver, BC

SW Area
Adelaide Court, Richmond, BC
Alderwood Place, Richmond, BC
Cedarwood Place, Richmond, BC
Evergreen Downs, Delta (Ladner), BC
Lynden Court, Delta (Ladner), BC
Maple Vine Court, Richmond, BC

SE Area
Epsom Downs, Surrey, BC
Guildford Glen, Surrey, BC
Kingston Gardens, Surrey, BC
Somerset Gardens, Surrey, BC
Sutton Place, Surrey, BC
London Square, New Westminster, BC
McBride Place, New Westminster, BC        

 

 

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