Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018, 2:30pm - 6:00pm

Hosted on the traditional territories of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ people, the Camosun Farmers Market will inspire and engage people by increasing access to local food, enhancing the student experience, and inviting the community to take part in a fun and engaging event. Local farmers and producers will have the opportunity to sell their goods as well as showcase how they are contributing to a more sustainable future.
The FLT Society is a charitable not-for-profit organization. Our mission is to enhance farming capacity in the Greater Victoria area by protecting local farmland, protecting eco-sensitive and culturally special areas, producing food for those in need, providing relevant educational opportunities, promoting the economic viability of farmland, and providing community access and public awareness programs. Through our work, the FLT Society liaises with a diverse community: Greater Victoria farming community; Government (municipal, provincial, federal); First Nations; food banks; senior centers; drop-in centers for persons in need in society; non-governmental organizations (NGOs) specializing in stewardship, heritage, agriculture and/or nature conservancy; and academia.
The Get Fresh Guide connects eaters with the growers, producers, suppliers & supporters of fresh, local food & drink; plus responsibly sourced farm direct products.
The Comox Valley Farmers’ Market (CVFM)
has been bringing fresh local meat and
veggies, baked and processed foods,
and healthy body products to Valley
Residents for 25 years!
Amazing Seeds, Fruit, and Vegetables
Grown Locally and Sustainably
Cooking together to create a healthy community.
Island Health is involved in nutrition and food security initiatives at various sites across the Island.
Capital Region Food and Agriculture Initiatives Roundtable (CRFAIR) is the coordinating body of the Good Food Network. The focus of our work is promoting healthy and sustainable food systems in the Capital Region. We are one of the Island Health Food Hubs who sponsors the Food Atlas.
We are a cooperative of certified organic and transitioning-to-organic farms based in the Comox Valley.
The Port Alberni Shelter Society is a non profit organization that works with people who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless.