School Garden & Workshops

Our goal is to assist students, parents and educators in ecological & active nature-based learning. We have created engaging and interactive programming for grades K-12.

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Raised Garden Beds

Many urban residents choose to garden in wooden raised beds. They can come in many forms — we can offer economical spruce beds, reclaimed fir and hemlock beds, and cedar beam beds. Stone/brick and metal are also options.

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Garden & Landscaping Services

Transforming your underused spaces—yards, balconies, school grounds, building exteriors, you name it—into welcoming, beautiful, food-and-habitat-producing systems that are environmentally sensitive, sustainable and organic!

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Salvaged-Wood Compost Bins

Every backyard should have a good compost bin (aka ‘composter’) to divert organic waste from the landfill and recycle the nutrients back into your garden! We offer single, double and triple bins.

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Projects & Services

Vegetable Gardens

Our favourite projects are in-ground vegetable gardens. We feel they are the ...

Herbs & Native Perennials

Perennial herbs and native prairie plants are a great way to add ...

Fruiting Trees, Shrubs & Vines

Plants that create fruit for people or wildlife are a great investment ...

Corporate Gardens

We have done work with companies to establish and maintain beautiful and ...

What Our Clients Say

We are thrilled with the bounty of vegetables that our box gardens have produced – for two years in a row now.  The Urban Eatin’ team has helped build our confidence and knowledge as gardeners.  We’re thinking about another box for next spring.  Thank you Urban Eatin’ team!

– Jayne & Rhonda -

Love the work they did on my front yard this past week. It looks great, they were able to complete an additional, last minute task, and it still came in under my budget! Thrilled isn’t a strong enough word!

– Lauren K Lauren (via Facebook) -

“It’s very rewarding for the children to learn about food sustainably, and the hands-on component is very engaging for the students. At recess we often see the students nibbling on the herbs trying and tasting each of them.”

– Brad Corbett, Past Principal of Grosvenor Elementary School -

The garden has been amazing – a bit overwhelming at times in terms of how much it’s produced, but between freezing, canning, and family and friends it’s worked out well.

I’ve really appreciated how much easier it is to work with the new beds; they fit the space and what I wanted to grow really well.

Thanks very much for checking in, and for the continued support.

– Gill