Welcome to the Gabriola Food Hub!

The Gabriola Food Hub brings together some of your favourite Gabriola farms and connects them with local-food lovers here on our island. Our collective is small but mighty! We include Good Earth Farm, Little Green MicroGreens, Lynn Bowerman’s Treeswift Gardens & Consulting, Brenda’s Bees, and are always open to working with others. Our combined effort allows us to pool our abundant diversity of vegetable crops to better serve our community. We hope you will join us and share the harvest.

Throughout the summer season (Mid June – Early November) we offer weekly and bi-weekly harvest shares of fresh, ecologically grown fruits, vegetables, and micro greens. With the onset of fall we offer a seasonal box of storage of crops that will keep you well nourished into the winter months.

Get first access to island-grown food and news from our farmers. Don’t worry, we spend more time filling up Harvest Shares than we do email in-boxes.

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WHATS HAPPENING WITH THE HUB

Read up on the latest news from Gabriola Food Hub:

Winter Veggie Box

A Gabriola Island favourite is back: The Winter Veggie Box. Available on one day and one day only each year. A selection of island-grown vegetables that are perfect for storing and powering meals throughout the winter and holiday season. We plan the Winter Boxes from the start of the year, planting crops that will be…

Order your Veg Box now!

The Veg Box is the Food Hub’s customer-supported agriculture program. It lets you reserve Gabriola’s freshest vegetables and microgreens for pick-up on Saturday or get them bike-delivered to your home hours after the Friday harvest.

Pepper is back

The Gabriola Food Hub has been under construction, fixing up cargo bikes and distribution channels, and we’re so excited about the arrival of Summer 2019. We have partnered with @LocalFoodMarketplace to build a new online shopping cart for produce and products — and take the Food Hub to the next level. Very, very soon it…

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