Grow Cook Learn's Food Literacy Community Impact

  • 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.

  • Train the Trainer Canning Workshop Series

    The Train the Trainer was a pilot program started in 2014. It involved the training of a small group of trainers who then each offered a series of canning workshops.  The intent of the canning workshops was to move from initial hands-on skill building opportunities to independent canning sessions. Train the Trainer Canning Workshop Series Purpose To increase community capacity to […]

  • 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

  • Healthy Tidbits

    The program is a collaborative effort between the London Community Resource Centre, Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU), and Healthy Living Partnership Middlesex London. Other partners that have provided ongoing support for this initiative include Brescia University College, and neighbourhood food depots affiliated with the London Food Bank. In February 2007, funding from the New Horizons for Seniors Program was obtained to […]

  • Fabulous Fall in the Garden

    Fabulous Fall in the Garden was a collaborative effort between London Middlesex Masters Gardeners, Westview Baptist Church, and the London Community Resource Centre. LCRC and LMMG have identified an increased desire for learning about growing and preparing food. The Fabulous Fall in the Garden event was intended to educate gardeners and the community at large about fall gardening activities including […]

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

    The innovative pilot project was on for a total of four weeks in the fall of 2009 at the University Heights Public School when local produce was in abundance.  The focus was on food literacy and food education.    Growing Chefs! provided in-class education, the London Community Resource Centre planned and planted a beautiful garden and the Covent Garden Farmers […]