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• Whether it's growing food or flowers, community gardens are a great way to "play in the mud" with friends, neighbours, and the young ones too.
Facilities in Parks
Food in public space
Governance Project: Related Documentation
Growing food on Public Commons
Parks and Recreation Facilities
Using the Commons
Toronto Community Garden Network
City begins removal of five-month-old Occupy Toronto vegetable garden
Source: Globe and Mail
direct link (City_begins_removal_of_five-month-old_Occupy_Toronto_vegetable_garden_-_The_Globe_and_Mail.pdf)
Cob Gardens in A School Yard
Description: cob building at the Downtown Alternative School (DAS)
Community Gardens 2002
Description: Former Community Gardens Policy 2002
Community Gardens Toolkit
Description: Parks and Recreation reference manual 2008
Fiskars Brands community garden
Description: $100,000 community garden built at Scarborough Village by Fiskars International garden and tool company
Description: Private Donation to An Accessible Water-themes and Sensory Garden at Earl Bales park, staff report March 2009
Gardens and food in parks
Description: City staff report, May 28 2009.
Food operations in parks and other public spaces
GrowTO Action Plan
direct link (GrowTO_ActionPlan_Oct161.pdf)
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