Albion Hills Community Farm is a non-profit farm that advances the understanding of local food and sustainable agriculture practices through farming, education, conservation and community partnerships. The farm is a place where students, teachers, farmers, community groups and families come together to learn about and participate in local food production in ways that serve the needs of growing near-urban communities.
Launched in 2011 in partnership with the Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), Albion Hills Community Farm is leased from TRCA as part of its commitment to sustainable communities and sustainable near-urban agriculture. The 18 acre farm is located in the Town of Caledon in the Humber watershed, 40 minutes north of Toronto within the Albion Hills Conservation Area, Ontario’s oldest conservation area.
Throughout the year, Albion Hills Community Farm provides learning opportunities, spaces for community gardens, offers a Community Supported Agriculture service and grows food for local markets and institutions.
Albion Hills Community Farm gratefully acknowledges the Ontario Trillium Foundation for its generous support.