Join us in exploring Canada's natural landscape with a wild food chef whose culinary practice is rooted in nature stewardship, environmental sustainability and native species support.
City programs, initiatives and services are aimed at sustainably meeting the needs of the residents of Kingston.
The Food Policy Council for KFL&A officially formed in July 2013 and consists of members from diverse areas of the food system.
We are a group of gardeners of all levels of expertise and we welcome anyone interested in learning, sharing and growing – growing plants and growing personally with the benefits of gardening.
The Kingston Community Garden Network (KCGN) is a partnership between Loving Spoonful and the City of Kingston. The KCGN is administered by Loving Spoonful.
Working toward a healthier, more connected community, Loving Spoonful provides programs and champions policies affecting food security, poverty, social inclusion, and community health.
NFU Local 316 is a committed group of farmers and eaters, working to empower and support people through a knowledge-based farm and food system.
We are volunteers with horticultural expertise who share a love of gardening, a desire for learning and a will to promote resilient gardening practices.
Sustainable Kingston's mission is to enhance the livability and resiliency of Kingston. We do this by sharing knowledge and providing programs that drive community action.
We provide your backyard with raised garden beds built from quality wood and filled with premium grade soil to grow quicker and more productive harvests.
Kingston Food Tours is a walking tour of Kingston's hip and historic downtown that blends tastings at our best local restaurants with an insider's perspective on our city's history and culture.