Green and Gold Community Garden

Green & Gold Garden

The Green & Gold Community Garden is a community garden with both local and global benefits. We grow over 60 types of vegetables, herbs and flowers, using organic gardening practices. Our produce is freshly picked and available during twice-weekly markets for a donation based on fair market prices.

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Tubahumurize

All donations for Garden produce go to support the Tubahumurize Association in Rwanda, a not-for-profit organization that supports socially and economically marginalized women through counselling, vocational training, health education, microcredit loans and employment opportunities.

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Interested in Volunteering?

Whether you’re green to gardening or a seasoned green-thumb, we’d love to hear from you.
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Available Produce

The variety of vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers that we have available changes with the seasons. Please check our produce update each week to see what we’re harvesting.

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Produce for September 27 and October 1, 2016

This week’s recipe for carrot-leek soup with thyme is from Sarah and Eduardo who started the Green & Gold Community Garden with a small group of volunteers in 2009....
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Produce for September 20 and 24, 2016

Warm days and chilly nights… Fall is in the air (not to mention on the calendar) so this week’s recipe is for a root vegetable casserole that includes celeriac in the list...
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Produce for September 13 and 17, 2016

Please note the change to this Tuesday’s hours – 6:30 to 7:30 pm. If you haven’t tried Nordic walking yet, this Tuesday, September 13 is the last session (check out our...
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Hours

We hold garden markets on Tuesday evenings and Saturday during the day all through the Summer and Fall. Market hours change slightly as the days get shorter, so please check our current opening times.

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Location

The Garden is conveniently located near the heart of Edmonton, on the south end of the University Farm on the University of Alberta’s South Campus. We are easily accessible by car, public transit, bike or on foot.

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