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Welcome to the

Cowichan Farm & Food Hub!

The Cowichan Farm & Food Hub is a three-acre site in the heart of North Cowichan. It is home to a market and teaching farm, nursery, seed library, community gardens, and soon-to-be home of a shared-use kitchen and distribution warehouse. What started as a seed incubator farm in 2015 has now flourished into a community hub dedicated to food sovereignty, food justice, and lifelong learning in the Cowichan Region. 

Come for some plants, stay for the view. 

OUR MISSION

As an initiative of Cowichan Green Community, the Cowichan Farm & Food Hub aims to increase food sovereignty through agriculture and food processing programming. As a leader in our community, providing comprehensive food literacy programming and access to affordable services and products is at the heart of what we do. The Cowichan Farm & Food Hub, although one joint entity located on Beverly St., also runs programs independently to cater to the needs of both farmers and processors individually.

DONATIONS

Our work relies heavily on community involvement and engagement, and we appreciate any and all ways that our community can get involved.
We greatly appreciate any and all donations that come our way and thank you immensely for all your support.
Your support means that we can continue providing quality, affordable programming for everyone in our community.

WHAT'S NEW?

Since our inception in 2015, we’ve been mentioned in the news a handful of times. We’re quite proud of our accomplishments!

From announcing our first program on Beverly St., the seed incubator farm, to our latest endeavours, you can find articles, press releases, and all things media by clicking the button below.

WHAT'S NEXT?

We pride ourselves on our community programming. From cob bench builds to kombucha workshops, the Cowichan Farm & Food Hub has got you covered for all of your agricultural and food processing learning opportunities.

If you’d like to learn more about the programs we offer, click the button below to expand your knowledge.

OUR MISSION

As an initiative of Cowichan Green Community, the Cowichan Farm & Food Hub aims to increase food sovereignty through agriculture and food processing programming. As a leader in our community, providing comprehensive food literacy programming and access to affordable services and products is at the heart of what we do. The Cowichan Farm & Food Hub, although one joint entity located on Beverly St., also runs programs independently to cater to the needs of both farmers and processors individually.

DONATIONS

Our work relies heavily on community involvement and engagement, and we appreciate any and all ways that our community can get involved.
We greatly appreciate any and all donations that come our way and thank you immensely for all your support.
Your support means that we can continue providing quality, affordable programming for everyone in our community.

WHAT'S NEW?

Since our inception in 2015, we’ve been mentioned in the news a handful of times. We’re quite proud of our accomplishments!

From announcing our first program on Beverly St., the seed incubator farm, to our latest endeavours, you can find articles, press releases, and all things media by clicking the button below.

WHAT'S NEXT?

We pride ourselves on our community programming. From cob bench builds to kombucha workshops, the Cowichan Farm & Food Hub has got you covered for all of your agricultural and food processing learning opportunities.

If you’d like to learn more about the programs we offer, click the button below to expand your knowledge.

OUR IMPACT

Here are some numbers that our moles came up with.

0
pounds Of fresh
produce Harvested
in 2021
0
Locally Adapted
Seed Varieties
Saved in 2021
0
Volunteers Helping
Out at the
Farm in 2021
0
Community
Gardens
Tended
WHAT THEY SAY