The Edmonton Journal has featured our stellar Garden Director, Justin Keats, in an article about community gardens in Edmonton. Read more here.
Send us your Garden Sign Message Suggestions
We've updated our Peace Garden Park sign!
If you wish to share a message of hope or support with the community, send us your suggestions to email@example.com.
We'll pick one suggestion every two weeks to update the sign.
Stay well everyone!
Update: Peace Garden Park Vandalism
We’re happy to see Peace Garden Park operating amongst other community gardens in Edmonton during these extraordinary times.
The City of Edmonton has instituted various guidelines to ensure gardeners’ safety, including requirements to only allow them to use gardening spaces.
Community gardens will be permitted to continue operations if adequate safety measures and scheduling are in place to ensure that physical distancing is maintained. The safety measures are available here.
Unfortunately, physical distancing guidelines signs were vandalized this week, and the tape marking off benches and picnic tables on the site was torn down.
We ask you for patience and understanding in adhering to guidelines. Our goal is to keep the volunteer-run Peace Garden Park open to provide you with the opportunity to grow food within our neighbourhood.
Thank you for your support!
Join our Monthly Board Meetings
If you wish to join our virtual meeting (as a listener), please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, May 4. We’ll then send you the link.
Alberta Health Services has now released COVID-19 information in a few different languages to reach more communities. The resources are located here.
The Edmonton Sport Council has gathered resources to help keep families, adults, and seniors active during this time. The resources for families are here. The resources for adults and seniors are here.