Community Farm in Caledon

Albion Hills Community Farm
Submitted to Just Sayin' Caledon

Albion Hills Community Farm is a non-profit farm and education centre located at 16555 Humber Station Road.

Find out how you can get involved with Caledon’s very own Community Farm.

  1. Buy our food! – Sign up for a weekly delivery of delicious veggies by purchasing a share in our Community Supported Agriculture program (CSA). We are accepting registrations now. Members receive a weekly delivery of high quality ecologically grown vegetables, a weekly newsletter with recipes, nutritional information etc. and most importantly the opportunity to connect with where your food comes from.

Small and large share options available. Pick up locations are in Palgrave, Bolton and, new this year, in Toronto.

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  1. Grow your own food! – Get your own garden plot in our beautiful community gardens. We offer a range of plot sizes for every need and interest. Tools and water provided. Sign up today to reserve your garden plot.

  1. Get involved! – We have many opportunities for volunteers both on the ground and behind the scenes. Volunteering at the farm is a perfect way to get outside and keep fit. Please contact
  2. Attend a Workshop! – We will be offering workshops on gardening, preserving, and sustainable living throughout the year. See below for what is coming up next.

The Dirt on Dirt – How to Maintain Healthy Soil

May 9 10:00 am -12:00 pm
$25 ($20 for members)

Join expert Simon Jacques for a exploration of how to maintain healthy soil in your garden. Simon will walk us through how to test, amend and maintain soil for a flourishing garden.

Planting 101

May 24 10:00 -11:00 am
$15 donation or stay and help at our Plantathon as payment

Our farmer extraordinaire Shannon Lee and some other amazing folks will be on hand to provide you with tips and answer your questions on how to plant your vegetable garden.

Yurt Building

June 20-21
Lunch included. Camping available nearby

During this two day hands-on workshop yurt builders Matthew and Nate of Indigo Yurt Co. will guide us through the construction of a yurt from start to finish. Gain the skills and experience necessary to build your own. Numbers are limited so register as soon as possible to avoid missing out.


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  • Thanks so much for the great profile of a great place! This will be my 5th season as a community gardener at the Farm – such a fertile place – it goes veggies, children, families and communities..

  • So many great ways at AHCF to learn about and get involved in growing and consuming fresh healthy vegetables…..and support the local economy by choosing food produced in Caledon, not California! Thanks for helping to spread the word about this treasure in our midst.

    • Hi Crocetta. I am not aware of their plans regarding the Market. Perhaps give them a shout and check it out.