Our Network

Say hello and find out how you can get involved

We have a growing community of government funded and private organisations that would love your support. If you would like to be added to our directory, or have a question about Edible Canterbury, get in touch.

Growing Kiwi Gardeners

I support early childhood centres to build regular and sustainable gardening programmes into their curriculum through hands on gardening experiences for tamariki and professional development for kaiako via workshops and webinars. I have a long-held passion for growing my own food that began in my own childhood. Growing sustainable food is something that I strongly…

Contact us: growingkiwigardeners@gmail.com

The Addington Farm

Here at The Addington Farm we are all about three things: produce, place and people. Produce: At our farm we grow veges. Nutrient rich and locally grown produce is the key to a healthy city. Not only are locally grown vegetables tasty and nutritious, they’re also friendlier to our environment than imported or long hauled…

Contact us: callumstewartward@gmail.com

Find us: On google maps

Linwood Community Gardens

We are a community centre with an establish community garden, a Menz shed, a community shed and a community house. The gardens are looked after by a co-ordinator and a diverse group of volunteers of all ages and abilities. The gardens have fruit trees, herb gardens and shared communal vegetable beds and individual allotment gardens…

Contact us: lrcgardens@gmail.com

Find us: On google maps

Red Lion Workshop/Garry River Cottage

Garry River Cottage is an organic Permaculture farm, providing food from grown and foraged vegetables, game meat and farmed meat. Red Lion Workshop is a custom woodworking business specialising in heavy timber framing, furniture and trusses.

Contact us: redlionworkshop@gmail.com

Find us: On google maps

Waiaraki Permaculture Farm

Waiaraki is a seven acre microfarm on the southern bank of te awa o waiaraki, the Eyre River. It’s home to Luke, Kate, and little Ted.   Waiaraki is managed by the simple permaculture tenets of earth care, people care, and fair share (the return of surplus to the earth and people).   Waiaraki started…

Contact us: sole.luke@gmail.com

Find us: On google maps

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