Welcome to The Garden of Eating — Niagara, a neighbourhood fruit-harvesting program.
At The Garden of Eating — Niagara, we believe in sharing and enjoying the bounty of fruit grown in our own backyards with our neighbours.
Since its founding in 2009, The Garden of Eating — Niagara has harvested and delivered more than 13,790 pounds of fresh fruit and vegetables to local food banks, shelters and soup kitchens.
So far in 2015, we have harvested more than 3,314 pounds of sweet cherries, apricots, elderberries, pears, lettuce, radishes, Swiss chard, cabbage, squash, sweet potatoes and potatoes.
Got a fruit tree in your backyard bearing too much fruit for you alone? Are you interested in sharing and trading some of your harvest with your neighbours or community groups? Know of a fruit tree in your neighbourhood that's ripe for the picking? Then consider becoming part of The Garden of Eating — Niagara and getting a residential fruit-picking program started in your neighbourhood.