KinPark Youth Urban Farm
From humble beginnings in 2013, the KinPark Youth Urban Farm has blossomed into an urban agriculture demonstration site and working farm, based on the growing principles of permaculture. Open to all members of the public, we utilize this space to increase local food access, train young people in sustainable agriculture, and create youth-led opportunities that serve the environment and surrounding community. As we work to transform the park into an edible oasis, we also strive to create connections with community partners. We collaborate on workshops, events and programs that bring value, skills and connection to Cowichan families and youth.
Are you interested in getting involved? KinPark is open for tours, volunteer opportunities, internships and can host a variety of workshops to suit your needs. For more information, contact Lauren Ziffle, KinPark supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For weekly updates, follow KinPark Youth Urban Farm on Facebook, and @kpyouth on Instagram!
Fresh from the Farm
We are currently selling beautiful KinPark produce and preserves in the reFRESH Cowichan Marketplace (360 Duncan St., Duncan). Garlic, greens, squashes, dried herbs, pickled beets, and more! Come on in to pick up some fresh local goodies. You can also order our products on Cow-op.ca or visit our harvest to order on-site market cart at 5789 Alderlea Street.
Youth Drop In
Every Thursday from 3:30-5:00 PM we will be hosting a youth drop in for folks ages 14-25. Young people can learn how to garden in an urban setting, connect with others who have a green thumb, express creativity, practice skills for wellness, attend various workshops with guest speakers. Come experience the hidden gem in Duncan, learn new skills, meet like-minded people, and acquire volunteer hours! If you are interested please contact: email@example.com
KinPark Kids Camp
Since 2013, KinPark is also home for our summer camp program KinPark Kids Camp. KinPark Kids Camp is a summer day camp for children ages 6 to 10 to learn about gardening/farming, cooking, bugs and bees, local ecosystems, and sustainability. For more information, please visit our KinPark Kids Camp page, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org