Tag Archives: Fed Up


Fed Up Volunteer Training and Sign-Up

The EGP Fed Up program needs volunteers to help teach students how to grow food. We’re teaching in multiple schools around the North Shore and need your help. Existing Fed Up Volunteers: If you attended the training last year and filled out the appropriate paperwork, you’re good to go and don’t need to attend the training. If […]

Fed Up School Program Volunteer Training

Love working with kids? Get involved in Fed Up and work with elementary school students and young children exploring the world of gardens and healthy food. We were one of the winners of the BC Hydro Community Champions Contest for this program – check out our video entry. For more information or to register, please contact: emily [AT] […]

Fed Up – Kids, Gardens, & Kale Chips

Fed Up? Many parents, educators, and even students would say they’re fed up with the lack of nutritious food and food education in our public school system. Along with many other organizations in the Lower Mainland the Edible Garden Project (EGP) is working to turn that around. We’re bringing students from kindergarten to grade 7 […]

Rethink Food & Waste Film Night: What’s on Your Plate?

EcoUrbia kicks off a bi-monthly film and speaker series called “Rethink Food & Waste”. Their goal is to screen many of the award-winning documentaries produced by Bullfrog Films that highlight issues around food & waste as we share & celebrate innovative happenings in our own communities, and how we can affect positive change in support of […]

Working in Schools – Fed Up

Two years ago the Queen Mary Community Garden was built in North Vancouver.  Included in the garden were four large plots dedicated to the students at Queen Mary Elementary School – right next door.  The Edible Garden Project had been working with the students at Queen Mary Elementary for a number of years as part […]