The Vic West Food Security Collective...is an action project resulting from the Victoria West Community Association 2003 Vision Project. The guiding principle of the Collective is community building.
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5pm, Thursday, August 16th, 2018 Meet in the Orchard next to the Vic West Community Centre at 521 Craigflower Road Enjoy a guided tour of Banfield Commons and the Community Orchard with Latifa Pelletier-Ahmed. There are numerous edible and medicinal … Continue reading
Vic West’s Community Garden Volunteer Coordinator is taking a summer break, and help is needed to water the food gardens once a week from July 23-August 3rd, 2018. Please email email@example.com as soon as possible if you can help so we can orient you with this fun task!
Volunteer help is needed! If you enjoy having a local community food forest and orchard in the neighbourhood of Vic West, your help is needed to give back and help with maintenance! There are many benefits to volunteering in the … Continue reading
Our monthly Community Spring Work Parties are on Saturdays, 11am-3pm April 14 – Spring Planting, Herbal Tea Walk & Community Snackluck May 5 – Irrigation Installation Work Party June 9 – Leaf Mulching Work Party Location: Lekwungen Territory – Banfield Commons and Community Orchard All … Continue reading
Join in for a fun spring gardening work party day, with a Herbal Tea Walk at 11am, and a Community and family friendly Snackluck at 1pm! Herbal Tea Walk 11AM Enjoy a short walk in the garden discussing some of … Continue reading
Join in as we take care of the fruit and nut trees, shrubs, herbs, flowers and native plants at the next monthly Community Work Parties! Saturdays, 11am-3pm March 24 – Spring Cleaning & Planting Work Party April 14 – Spring Planting & Community ‘Snackluck’ May … Continue reading
The Vic West Food Security Collective acknowledges that the City of Victoria is located on the traditional territory of the Lekwungen Nation. The Songhees and Esquimalt Nations are part of the Coast Salish family and are descendants of the Lekwungen … Continue reading
Tim Windle from Hatchet & Seed Edible Landscapes will be providing work party participants with the information needed to care for fruit trees with holistic sprays. If you’re curious to know more about compost teas, organic fertilizers, and when to … Continue reading