The Urban Farm Museum Society of Spryfield

We promote rural traditions in urban places through education and actual food production, bringing young and old together. We are reviving the farming heritage of Spryfield by creating a working farm museum in the heart of our community.

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Everyone is welcome to join the Urban Farm. As a member you can participate in meetings, and help organize events at the Farm. Your contribution helps maintain this jewel in the heart of Spryfield, a place of tranquil beauty and a busy community project.

Plot number in the main garden
Come Grow With Us garden

Looking for a plot in 2018? Please send a message to urbanfarmspryfield@gmail.com telling us of your interest in a having a plot. If you are new to gardening, you may want to sign up for  Come Grow With Us, a program that teaches you the basics of gardening.

We use only chemical-free gardening at the Urban Farm. If you are assigned a plot you must be able to contribute about three hours per month of volunteer time.

We will contact you in early April to confirm whether or not you have a plot.

Membership Fees

Individual $10

Classroom/Group $25

Family $15

Senior/Student/Unwaged $5

Plot Fees

Main Garden $15

Come Grow With Us (incl. book) $25

Governance

The Urban Farm Museum Society of Spryfield is a registered charity,
governed by a Board of Directors.

The members of the Board are:

President: Patricia MacLean

Vice-President: Bruce Holland

Treasurer: Elizabeth Eve

Secretary: Heather Cumming

Members-at-large: Christina Carter, Crysta Cumming, Angela Dunn, Belinda Dunn, Janet Kidston,  Catherine MacPhee, Brendan Maguire, Mary Pellerine, Juanita Smith, Abe Sorge

The Board meets monthly and all members are welcome at that meeting. The administration and planning for farm activities are managed through committees who report to the Board. Members have the opportunity to serve on these committees. The Annual General Meeting takes place in June each year.