Spring Fields Warming

Notes from the field This week The Sharing Farm will be hosting two corporate volunteer groups – BMO and MEC. Holy acronyms batman! As it’s warming up and raining a bit less the fields are slowly draining, and I’d like to take the opportunity to do some work on them in their less squishy state. […]

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2014 Farm Intern – Job Posting

(CANADA SUMMER JOBS)
 
  Background 
The Sharing Farm is a non-profit community organization that grows vegetables on donated city lands for the Richmond Food Bank and other community agencies.  We are looking for enthusiastic, hard-workingfarm interns for May – August 2014. The Sharing Farm is a unique community farm combining the practice of organic farming set within a framework of food justice and food security in the region. […]

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Thawing Out The Farm

You might be wondering what’s happening at The Sharing Farm? Well, we’ve had snowy days and beautiful blue sky days and the buds are swelling on the fruit trees. Our longstanding, core group of volunteers are already back on the farm working in the Healing Garden. We have pruned the fruit trees, dead headed most […]

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2014 AGM Annoucement

The Sharing Farm Society is holding its Annual General Meeting. Date: March 9, 2014. Time: 1 – 2pm Location: Red Barn at Terra Nova Rural park. [2631 Westminster Highway, Richmond, BC] The purpose of the meeting is to: 1.To present the financial statements for the financial year ending December 31, 2013. 2.To elect the directors […]

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Garlic Festival In The Bag

The Sharing Farm would like to extend a very heartfelt THANK YOU to all our supporters, friends, and community who made our 5th Annual Garlic Festival a fabulous success! You helped us raise almost $18,000 towards our mission of growing food, growing farmers, growing community.  These funds help us keep providing fresh healthy food to […]

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Potato Seed Mafia

Heat is still on…so is the irrigation – all the time! It is definitely a transitional time on the farm, where the first crops are coming out and either fall crops are going in or buckwheat and then a winter wheat will be planted. There is still time for planting fall crops. This week at the […]

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