Community Gardens in Burnaby

History behind BARAGA Burnaby Community Gardens Over many years community gardens in Burnaby have been actively established and supported by the City. However, none of the community gardens are run or supervised by City of Burnaby staff. All existing gardens are administered by non-profit local community groups.

Other Resources

Burnaby Food First
Burnaby Food First is a group of community members and local agencies working together to bring food security to Burnaby.  

City of Vancouver :Growing Food and Community Gardens
The City supports and promotes local food through farmers markets, community gardens, and other initiatives that connect consumers and growers.

Metro Vancouver Composting
Composting Resources,Composting Quick Tips
City Farmer News This provides Vancouver region information about all aspects of food
growing in the city as well as global food news.
Farm Folk
City Folk
A local Vancouver non-profit society supporting
community-based sustainable food systems
Folia Track your plants and gardens online

Allotment Hints
A UK-based primer on allotment gardening with links to many other sites.

Managing Insects
How to manage insects organically
Allotment Growing A very popular UK-based site with lots of answers
Lure of the
Urban Veggie Garden
An Article from the Tyee on city dweller gardening
Seeds of
is the source for information about Canada’s Heritage seeds, seed
saving, plant diversity, garden history and your own garden heritage.
Brags Burnaby Rhododendron and Gardens Society (BRAGS) is a
general interest garden club.  The Rhododendron is the official flower
of our City and is recognized in the name of our Society and is a
special interest of some of our members.
Burnaby Garden Club
One of the club’s aims is to “Make Burnaby More
Beautiful” by fostering and encouraging the amateur gardener – from
tilling the soil to the harvesting of vegetables, fruit & flowers


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