Our communities are blooming!

Growing vegetable and flowers in our community has been instrumental in reducing stress, boosting self-esteem, promoting positive relationships, and contributing to the overall health and well-being of our residents.

The gardens have made our communities feel more like home while deeply impacting our resident’s well-being.

By creating a sense of purpose and accomplishment, gardening has helped boost self-esteem among residents. The social aspect of gardening fosters camaraderie and community, promoting positive relationships. Overall, the gardens have created a positive, beautiful and uplifting environment that also fosters food security in our communities.

Plants are grown in raised beds built on site. Our residents and volunteers are growing a mix of edible and decorative plants for our community to enjoy.

Get involved in the gardens!

Our Dartmouth gardens have been established for one year and have already been deeply impactful for our residents. Our Halifax gardens are currently under development. We’re looking for volunteers to help nurture and build our new gardens.

Volunteer to help maintain the gardens, sow seeds, and care for the plants with residents.

Donate seedlings ready to be planted.

Please contact the location you’d like to donate to.

Donate to the Veith House to support their urban farm, where we get most of our seeds and seedlings.

We’re here for you anytime.

Reach out to our staff with any questions or concerns.