Food Sustainability
The Western Environment Centre works on many projects related to increasing the sustainability of the local and provincial food system. WEC manages multiple community gardens in western Newfoundland, offers food skills workshops, and has just launched community compost and fruit rescue programs. Click on the buttons below to further explore all that WEC has
to offer in this subject.
Community Gardens & Greenhouse
The Western Environment Centre manages three community gardens in Western Newfoundland. Have a look at each one individually and find out how you can participate!
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about once a month to give you updates about our current activities.

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Humber Heights Community Compost
Learn more about our brand new initiative, which launched in April of 2017 and aims to provide Corner Brook residents with a high quality source of compost for their gardens.
Food Skills Workshops
WEC offers food skills workshops periodically throughout the year, with subjects ranging from food fermentation to seed starting. Have a look at what workshops we have in the works!
Humber Valley Fruit Rescue Project
Do you live in the Humber Valley region? Do you have a backyard full of fruit trees that you can't harvest on your own? WEC's brand new project is definitely for you.
Wonderful Fine Market
Make sure you attend Corner Brook's only community market, every Saturday in autumn from 10am-2pm. The Western Environment Centre will be there every week selling lots of goodies, don't miss it!