Partners & Sponsors

Partnerships – it takes a village. CGC recognizes strength in numbers and we work with many organizations to accomplish shared goals.

Our Partners include:

Island Health Food Security Hubs

  • Alberni Valley Transition Towns
  • Capital Region Food and Agriculture Initiatives Roundtable
  • Clayoquot Biosphere Trust
  • Nanaimo FoodShare
  • LUSH Valley Food Action Society
  • VI Coastal Communities Indigenous Food Network

Government Partners

  • City of Duncan
  • Cowichan Valley Regional District
  • Island Health
  • Ministry of Social Development & Social Innovation
  • Municipality of North Cowichan
  • Service Canada
  • Island Health

Non-Profit & Organizational Partners

  • CMHA-CVB
  • Community Options Society
  • Community Policing
  • Cowichan Agricultural Society
  • Cowichan Intercultural Society
  • Cowichan Valley Land Trust
  • Cowichan Women Against Violence
  • Cycle Cowichan
  • Global Vocational Services
  • Growing Opportunities Community Farm
  • Island Farmer’s Alliance
  • Providence Farm
  • Rotary Club of Duncan
  • Transition Cowichan
  • Volunteer Cowichan
  • Vancouver Island Regional Library
  • Vancouver Island Vocational & Rehabilitation Services Ltd

Academic Partners

  • Duncan Christian School
  • Gaia College
  • Queen Margaret’s School
  • School District 79
  • Vancouver Island University

Project News

  • KinPark Kids Camp

    KinPark Kids Camp

    Book now for CGC’s 2015 KinPark Kids Camp! Join us for another fun-filled summer where you can learn how to grow, cook, and eat fresh grown food, learn about bees, recycling, and the environment, play in the park, and make friends. More about KinPark K …

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Upcoming Events

    • Work Party Wednesday - web photo

      Work Party Tuesdays @ the Urban Food Forest

      Tuesday, August 18, 2015 - Wednesday, September 30, 2015
        We are looking for volunteers to join us for Work Party Tuesdays at CGC's Community Urban Food Forest. If you are new to food forests or gardening, this is a great opportunity to learn lots about plants and ecosystems! Over the winter-early...
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