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Fresh City Farms is a Toronto-based company

Organic produce. Toronto Produced

By Sarah
Covet Garden
Apr 27, 2012


In a nutshell, you, the land-haver, allow a Fresh City member to farm your land for one growing season. In return, you don’t have to worry about landscaping, you get free produce and you help revitalize the food production system and regenerate the environment. If you’re interested in micro-farming, you can sign up to let Fresh City farm your land on their website.

If you want to grow your own, Fresh City also runs workshops to help you start up your own urban farm. And finally if you just want to eat, they run a program called Box, where you can have organically grown produce delivered right to your door. While contents differ from week to week, we’re looking forward to basil, eggplant and zucchini time.

Read the complete article here.

See Farm City website here.

1 comment

1 J. Morningstar { 04.30.12 at 6:35 pm }

This is a fantastic idea. I wish a group like Fresh City was in my area, I would definatly get involved. Great job Fresh City