Urban greening

Community gardens

In addition to bringing people together, community gardens are great for the environment. Why? Because food grown locally reduces green house gases produced by long-distance food transportation. Gardens also contribute to biodiversity and help to support populations of pollinators.

Join one of Côte Saint-Luc’s three community gardens: Seniors garden, Kirwan and Schwartz. For more information, contact Anisa Cameron at [email protected] or 514-485-6806 ext. 2221.

We also give away compost in May and in October, and tomato plants in the spring, to help residents get their private or community garden started.

Community garden