Now Accepting Applications for 2017 Pod Site Providers


The GARDENS Pod Project stems from the concept of a community garden, except the pods tend to be smaller, mobile, raised beds that  are easier to maintain and dispersed to various locations within the South Etobicoke community.

Pods are defined as ‘sites’ that serve the end goal of supplying food to persons that are food insecure. There are three pod classifications, an organization pod, a residential pod and community pod.


Please complete the fill-able PDF application form and submit it to by APRIL 15, 2017

For more information on this project – Click Here. For a snapshot about the GARDENS and ways to get involved, we invite you to explore our website or download our informational card – Download Here

We Want to Hear From YOU

Please take our survey to get the community perspective on the project – HERE

2016 Highlights

Check out our article on ELocalPost HERE
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We’re in Etobicoke Lakeshore Press HERE
Planting Session Highlights! Click HERE to view photos.

In 2016, a total of 122kg of produce was donated in South Etobicoke from the various pods.

The GARDENS Pod Project in 2016 installed planters at various pod site
locations including:

Toronto Public Library – Long Branch
St. Leo’s Catholic School
Thomas Berry Early Learning and Child Care Centre
Marguerite Butt Early Learning and Child Care Centre
Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics
Lakeshore Lodge Long Term Care
Humber College (Fashion Institute)
LAMP Community Health Centre
Barsa Kelly Cari-Can Cooperative Homes Inc.
Haven on the Queensway