For Immediate Release Summer Solstice Potluck With A Salt Spring Flavour The Sharing Farm And Salt Spring Coffee Come Together For The Richmond Community Richmond, B.C. June 10, 2013 – This year’s Summer Solstice Potluck on June 20, at Richmond’s Terra Nova Rural Park will honour Salt Spring Coffee for giving new life to The Read more »
The Sharing Farm is growing, thanks to a $75,000 grant awarded by VanCity’s enviroFund.
Thank you to all of the volunteers, sponsors, and attendees who helped make the Garlic Festival a success. What a success it was! We were able to introduce over 2,000 visitors to the farm in Terra Nova and had close to $11,000 in sales for the day. Festival Sponsors In addition to being festival sponsors, Read more »
Thanks to a Vancity Community Project Grant, our Bees and Seeds project is off to a strong start. Starting our own apiary, even a small one, would have been prohibitively expensive for The Sharing Farm. Funds from this grant will be used to purchase equipment and supplies in order to create and support bee keeping Read more »
Thank you, Volunteer Richmond, Coast Capital Savings, Richmond Chamber of Commerce and Ashton Service Group, for having the vision and dedication to create the Richmond Caring Companies program. The Sharing Farm is honoured to have been the beneficiary of your first Day of Caring. Of course, the real beneficiaries are the clients of the Richmond Food Read more »
By Staff Writer – Richmond Review Published: June 11, 2012 4:00 PM Updated: June 12, 2012 11:41 AM More than 100 volunteers, representing local businesses and non-profit organizations, arrived at The Sharing Farm at Terra Nova Rural Park last Saturday as part of the first ever Richmond Day of Caring. Volunteers spent the morning weeding, planting, and generally Read more »
SAVE THE SAVOURY PUMPKIN by Sabine Eiche Wander towards one of the fields at the Terra Nova Fruit Tree Sharing Farm, or drive along any of the roads running past the farms in Richmond at this time of year, and you will see hundreds of pumpkins lying on the ground, looking like huge orange playthings Read more »
Chef Ian Lai teaching kids about where food comes from through the Richmond Schoolyard Society BCIT News”:”Students in Richmond are learning about food production and sustainability, but as reporter Keanan Kipp found out, it’s not in a conventional classroom.”