Simcoe Park Community Garden

New Westminster

Simcoe Park Community Garden

Community GardenHealthy DiningPublic Space/SquareEco-Agriculture/PermacultureOrganic/Local FoodComposting SiteEcotourism Resource


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Plot Designation:
4 plots for communal use by garden society members
4 plots for societies/groups
30 plots for garden society members of which 4 will be raised for accessibility


The New Westminster Community Gardening Society is a group of dedicated New Westminster individuals who wish to create and maintain community gardens in multiple locations in New Westminster.

Our Mission

To develop community gardens throughout the City of New Westminster and by doing so increase the profile of urban agriculture; promote environmentally sustainable gardening practices; increase access to, and the consumption of, locally grown produce; build a sense of community around food; and decrease the City’s ecological footprint.
Our Partners

Our partners are comprised of the following types: Non-Government Organisations, Developers, Civic Government, Financial Institutions and many others.
Our partners provide financial, promotional and logistical, support. If you are interested in becoming a partner, please email us at

If you are interested in volunteering, and/or donating supplies, i,e, gardening tools, lumber, Canadian Tire Money, etc. contact us at

or by telephone 778-372-1333.



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Peter MacMartin Feb 2012 "THis garden is well placed and important in spring through fall community connectivity and food security."
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