Grow Regina


The richness of a successful society depends on ordinary people who have ideas how to improve their community. Grow Regina Community Garden is one such idea: to create a community garden where horticulture and art are rooted in the soil.

Grow Regina's long-term vision is to develop the garden into a public meeting place. The newly-installed Cicansky Gazebo will provide a meeting place for gardeners, plus a unique cultural space for school classrooms, culinary demonstrations, workshops, performances and other cultural collaborations.

Inauguration of the Cicansky Co=op Gazebo
Entrance to the Grow Regina Community Garden   Cicansky entrance sculpture
More about the Gazebo Project
  The Cicansky Co-op Gazebo was finally installed in the centre of the Grow Regina Community Garden in May. Eleven years of planning and fundraising was boosted by a recent $90,000 Community Spaces award fron Federated Co-ops, along with support from the City of Regina and private donors.

About Grow Regina Community Garden

Grow Regina is a group of people gardening collectively who have a mandate from the from the City to enhance the social and economic and cultural well-being of Regina residents. The energy and inventiveness of this group makes it a standout as an inspiration, demonstrating what is possible when a group of gardeners come together to grow food for themselves and others. It’s a model for school yards, for backyards and even front yards and other spaces in the city.

Elementary school classes are also involved, learning how to plant and tend a vegetable garden. As committed young citizens, they donate their harvest to the Regina Food Bank, providing families and children like themselves with good food with for healthy bodies and minds.

  More about Grow Regina

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Last updated October 2021