2,029 Urban Gardens
The initiative includes private and public land, including a number of community gardens.
Trevor Crawley writes, "Gardeners interested in using publicly owned land, such as park space, must be part of a non-profit society and be caretakers of the gardens to have access to the land.
Public response for community gardens has been overwhelming and interested veggie-growers are being put on waiting lists from various non-profit groups that maintain gardens across the city, said Pask."
Community gardens get assistance from the city through irrigation hookups and disposing of weeds and clippings.