Children's Garden and Exploring Toronto Programs
The Children's Garden and Exploring Toronto Programs offer Toronto's children and youth new opportunities to discover the hidden wonders and meanings of gardens and parks. The Programs operate through the High Park Children's Garden, Waterfront Children's Garden and various city parks, ravines and trail systems.
The Children's Garden and Exploring Toronto Programs offer holistic environmental programming that incorporates art, food preparation, drama, storytelling, music and movement in exploring Toronto's natural heritage and history and engaging in organic gardening.
More information is available from the Children's Garden and Exploring Toronto Programs.
Community Gardens Program
Community gardens benefit everyone by creating safe and healthy recreational activity within our parks system, and on other city-owned lands.
The Community Gardens Program is cultivating a dynamic community gardening movement across the City. Working in partnership with a wide variety of community groups, the program draws on the collective heritage of gifts from Toronto's distinct cultures.
Activities include community garden installation, urban agriculture training and demonstration sites, community greenhouse vegetable production, and the Junior Gardener Program.
Find out where community gardens are located in the city or learn more about starting a community garden in your neighbourhood by visiting the Community Gardens Program.