Green Block Growing
Sharing and learning together in community is at the centre of our “Green Block” project. All are welcome to join our Monday meet-ups (April – November) where we explore a different topic and hands on activity each week.
The Green Block is also the site for various events ranging from native plant giveaways to learning side by side with permaculture and gardening experts.
With funding support from the Ed Smee Fund (2022) and City of Hamilton (2023).
Dundas Seed Library
OPENING FOR 2023 SEASON!
Handmade from upcycled materials and painted by local artists our Dundas Seed Library project is all about making it easier for you to grow! Our volunteer Seed Team stocks the five (5) seed libraries with vegetable seeds and seeds for Ontario native plants.
Funded with proceeds from Action 13’s plant sales (2023) with kickstart funding through a City of Hamilton Placemaking Grant (2021).
Great Pawpaw Parade
In the spirit and practice of reconciliation, Action 13 and Continuous Carolinian Canada are inviting both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to help bring the pawpaw back to southern Ontario.
Visit https://caroliniancanada.ca/pawpaw for details on how to be involved. To be considered to receive a pair of pawpaw or one of the special Healing Gardens Native Plant Garden Kits you need to submit online via the In The Zone Tracker. Deadline to apply is October 9.
Spare a Square - Park Edition
With partner Continuous Carolinian Garden
Spare a Square Pilot
Summer 2022 – Thank you for your interest, the container gardening pilot is now closed. Watch for future opportunities.
With support from the Dundas Valley Sunrise Rotary Club.