A hybrid farm and teaching space, this large garden has a teaching stage and feeds our community.

Early in the planting season, the farm is bathed in the colours of the sunset.

Early in the planting season, the farm is bathed in the colours of the sunset.



The Little Church Site is home to the Start Fresh Farm. This is the first farm operated by the Start Fresh Project. Grounded in history and built to help educate the local community, this 1/2 acre site is our flagship farm where we currently host volunteer groups, events, and teach the farming component of the Culinary Arts and Farm Education Program.

Planting and preparing the farm during the growing season is always a big task, but we get there with help of our volunteers, summer farm interns and CAFE Program participants. Thanks to our community partners, the farm now also home to a group of lively free range chickens!


What We Do:



Teach people - We show the local community how to grow and harvest vegetables. These life and employment skills will hopefully lead people to work in jobs that they love. If you do what you love, the money will follow.



Feed People - We grow fresh and healthy food to sustain our program. People who have access to fresh food are more likely to live fulfilling lives.



Heal People - We can all benefit from gardening and community food-growing projects. It is widely recognised that regular contact with plants, animals and the natural environment can improve our physical health and mental well-being. When we grow food and flowers, we are engaging with the natural world at a pace that provides a welcome antidote to the stresses of modern life.