YCGC to host another canning session on Monday August 17, 6:30-8:30 PM, NUP kitchen


Site 2 Berry Orchard FRIDAY. August 14, 7:00-8:00 PM

Berries, Ice cream and weeds, summer at it's finest. Come and see the Berry Orchard. Many things have been growing over the last month. Time to check it out, help it along and eat more ice cream and berries.
There are plenty of Raspberries now and a few Saskatoon berries. Bring a friend
YCGC Hosts Day Camp youth from Yellowknife, Yellowknives Dene First Nation, SideDoor and the City of Yellowknife. About 100 youth from the area were toured through the YCGC Kam Lake Garden over a two day period. This was a combined from the GNWT Industry, Tourism and Investment, Environment and Natural Resources, Ecology North and the YCGC. Small groups of youth were provided with exercises to illustrate the value of local food production. 
The July weeding and ice cream at the Berry Orchard was a great success. Stay tuned for another eating and weeding opportunity.
Soil testing and amendments. 

At the Weledeh Community Garden
Wednesday May 13th   6:30 - 8:00pm

Please bring a chair. If it is raining or otherwise not good weather please check our website for updates at for cancellation or alternate location information.

Spring Social Event: Thursday April 23rd from 7-8:30 pm at the Northern United Place!

Plant Your Tomato Seeds Event: Saturday April 18th 1:30-3:30pm at the Library Meeting Room in Yellowknife!

Payment deadline: Your payment must be received by March 31st, otherwise your registration will be cancelled and you will lose your place in line for a garden plot.

Yellowknife Community Garden Collective Priorities. Check them out!

Want to know more about the YCGC's History?

A short history of our collective was prepared by Vera Raschke, a YCGC "veteran". Thanks Vera!
Want to learn more about how other community gardens are managed and operated?

We have looked at how other community gardens across the country are managed, and welcome you to do the same. Here are a few links to get you started:
North Vancouver: Edible Garden Project