Community Gardens

Project SHARE coordinates 3 community garden sites with 145 garden plots in Niagara Falls where fresh, organic produce is grown to help eliminate hunger. You can sign up for a plot or volunteer to tend plots that grow food for our emergency food room. Community gardens are pieces of land where people get together to grow food, share ideas, resources and experiences while growing food. Our community gardens are located at:

  • Our Lady of the Scapular Parish, 6557 Thorold Stone Road, Niagara Falls, ON L2J 1B2
  • The Gate Alliance Church, 6009 Valley Way, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 1X9
  • Westlane Secondary School, 5960 Pitton Rd, Niagara Falls, ON L2H 1T5


Yearly the gardens produce over 5,000 pounds of emergency food that is distributed through Project SHARE’s emergency food program. Volunteers donate their time and experience to mentor new gardeners on how to grow healthy, organic foods without using any pesticides.

3 to 4 workshops are offered throughout the garden season to educate the gardeners on Square Foot Gardening, Companion Gardening and how to preserve their harvest through canning and preserving methods. The garden always needs lots of love and care from volunteers who can help weed, water and harvest the produce. Come on out and be part of our GROWING Team!

kids watering garden plants

We appreciate your support through volunteering or donating the following items:

  • Garden tools, pots, soil, manure, seeds and transplants
  • Children’s and adult’s garden gloves
  • Rain barrels/ composters
  • Bamboo stakes
  • Old blinds for garden markers

Thank you to our Community Garden Sponsors:

  • All Green Irrigation
  • Mullens Garden Market
  • Niagara Prosperity Initiative
  • Our Lady of Scapular
  • Signature Signs
  • Stamford Kiwanis Club
  • Stokes Seeds
  • The City of Niagara Falls
  • The Gate Alliance Church
  • Thiessen Farms
  • Tree and Twig
  • Undercutters Lawn and Garden Service
  • United Way Special Projects Fund
  • Walker Industries
  • Westlane Secondary School

For further information, email or call 905-357-5121 ex. 232


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