Building mobile urban farms in the city, Bowery Project has attracted attention beyond cultivating community.
1. Awards and Recognition.
Clean 50 Top Project, 2018
Landscape Ontario Toronto Bursary, 2018, 2017
Chatelaine Magazine, 25 Canadian Women Changing The Way We Eat, 2018
Foodtank, Organization to Watch in 2017
Whole Kids Foundation Grant 2016
Best Signage, BiLD Award, 2016
Compost Leaders, Compost System Build, 2016
The Toronto Foundation Vital Innovation Award, 2016
Ontario Trillium Grant, 2015
“…these are the people who are shaping the cityscapes with their imagination, skill and creativity.”
— Monocle Magazine
2. People Who Love What We Do.
Owners and Chefs who love our super local organically grown produce for their outstanding restaurants: Cafe Belong, Cafe Can Can, Maker Pizza, Mamakas, Omaw, The Chase, Jamie Kennedy Fries.
A generous amount of produce has been donated to the following organizations or local community groups: Native Women’s Resource Centre, Robertson House, YMCA, People Living With Aids, Homes First, and countless volunteers.
We couldn’t be where we are today without the unconditional love support of these people and groups: Brad Long, Adam Alguire, dtah, PACT Urban Peace Program, Screaming Eagles, Give a Hart Day, Evergreen, #trideltakesaction, Julian at Oben Flats, Jim at Cardwell Farm Compost, Joe Cressy, Adam Vaughan.
3. Featured in:
2018 - Grey to Green Conference Urban Ag Tour and Talk
2018 - Leaside Garden Club - speaking engagement
2018 - Tridel & Purple Co. sponsored Planet in Focus film featuring Ron Finley
2017 - La Resilience Urbain Documentary Series - Fibe TV1
2017 - Fleming College Urban Ag - speaking engagement
2017 - TODO Ideas Forum - pechakucha presentation
2016 - Shoresh, Taking Root Event - speaking engagement
2015 - WE DAY #trideltakeaction career day installation
2014 - Bell #getdirty Campaign TV episode
“Bowery Project will make pop-up food gardens quicker to sprout and quicker to abandon once a developer is ready to build”
- Fast Company