Grow Cook Learn Food Literacy Community Impact

  • Fabulous Fall in the Garden

    The London Middlesex Master Gardeners along with the London Community Resource Centre showed attendees how to Dig and Divide perennials, Harvest and Preserve for the winter, and Plan and Plant in preparation for the upcoming gardening season.

  • Healthy Tidbits

    The Healthy Tidbits Program was a community capacity building initiative that involved senior volunteers in planning and implementing food demonstrations and taste test booths at neighbourhood food depots within the City of London.

  • Cook It Up!

    LCRC created Cook it Up! to build the local food skills and knowledge of our youth. Learn about planning, implementing, & evaluating a community-based cooking program.

  • University Heights Farmer’s Market, In-Class Education and School Garden

    The strength of this collaboration was that each partner contributed what they normally do in the community but at the same time and at the same place.

  • Train the Trainer Canning Workshop Series

    The Train the Trainer program involved the training of a small group of trainers who then each offered a series of canning workshops. The intent of the canning workshops were to move from initial hands-on skill building opportunities to independent canning sessions.

  • Establishing a Collective Kitchen

    Collective Kitchens are a great way for people to come together, make new friends, learn new skills and stretch their grocery dollars.  No two Collective Kitchens are the same, they meet the needs of the participants. Learn how to start a Collective Kitchen