Come and visit our gardening organizations and vendors who will be participating in Seedy Saturday 2022.
Our group is dedicated to help our city’s neighbourhoods meet environmental, economic and social challenges of climate change. Grass-root respect for conserving resources grows when people have chances to meaningfully interact with nature. A linked network of accessible boulevard gardens along residential streets provides habitat for native species, opportunities for community engagement and supports Mississauga’s Living Green Master Plan.
Erin Mill Farmers Market
Mississauga Climate Action / Eagle Spirits
Mississauga Seed Library
The Seed Library provides the public with free access to open-pollinated and non GMO seeds. It aims to support local food systems, build seed saving literacy, and promote locally adapted plant genetics. Join a growing community.
Seeds of Diversity