Our mission is to create value in the Duff-Court Community in Lachine, at Concordia University and beyond by practicing regenerative agriculture to nourish our community, preserve urban green spaces and to support local sustainable food production. We offer urban agriculture workshops and community service learning opportunities to empower people with the knowledge to grow their own food and participate in a movement to cultivate a more resilient and food secure future.
Fall Microgreens CSA is open for registration.
We are growing nutritious and delicious microgreens at the Concordia Greenhouse and offering a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) subscription starting September 5, 2022. For $70.00 CSA members receive: 100 grams of microgreens for 15 weeks. Varieties: Pea, Sunflower, or Mix: (Sunflower, Pea & Radish). Pick up any day of the week at the downtown Hive Café or at the Loyola Farmers Market on Wednesdays.
Downtown Concordia Farmers Market
with CultivAction produce
Concordia Farmers’ Market is back for the fall semester and we are so excited to share all of our new and returning food, craft and produce vendors with you! Make sure to bring a bag with you for your purchases and come enjoy fresh, local and sustainable goodies with us. For more information, you can visit our website
***Market is Wednesday at Loyola from 4-7pm and downtown at the corner of Bishop and de Maisonneuve on Thursdays from 4-7pm.***
Hamidou Horticulture is a greenhouse project specializing in marginal and ancient vegetables.
Are you an Afro-descendant, immigrant or multi-generational Canadian? Do you like discovering new vegetables and recipes? Are you a community or urban agriculture project wishing to grow marginal plants in your local garden? We offer healthy plants grown according to organic standards for your culinary needs, your daily life and to share with your neighbors.
We also offer consultation services in the production of organic vegetables.
Click here for our website
Hamidou Horticulture, through SHIFT Concordia, is looking to expand their team and would like to hire a part-time student intern. Are you a student at Concordia University? Do you have an eye for detail? Are you good with words (both English and French)? Would you like to learn more about ethnic and ancient vegetables? We are looking for the right person to become our next Project Management Intern to work side by side with Hamidou to create and maintain communications materials, as well as track deadlines, follow up applications, and respond to workshop registrants. The intern will also take part in the production and sale tasks to familiarize themselves with the business’ operation.
Please email your resume via firstname.lastname@example.org
We are also looking for volunteers to help with market tables, greenhouse tasks, and field maintenance. If you would like to volunteer with community based farming for 4 – 8 hours a week please fill out the form on our website – hamidouhorticulture.com
Check out our Market Hours!!
Marche Fermier Laurier (August 4 – September 22)
Every Thursday 3pm – 7pm