The Centre for Sustainable Food Systems at UBC Farm is a research centre and local-to-global food hub working towards a more sustainable, food-secure future.Learn More
Due to the ongoing response to COVID-19 in Canada and around the world, the UBC Farm is officially closed to the public and we have cancelled upcoming programs and events.
We are monitoring the situation and will keep you informed if further cancellations are required. We will provide full refunds to participants, and are contacting participants individually.
For full information on UBC’s response and guidance with respect to COVID-19, please view: ubc.ca.
Our growing season is going ahead, and we are accepting registrations for our CSA program. We are currently taking extra precautions in the form of further sanitation procedures in order to safeguard the health and well-being of our community.
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Research activities at the UBC Farm continue for those projects with approved research exemptions based on the regulations placed by the UBC Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation to regulate on-campus research during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Online workshops are here! We have three gardening-related workshops airing in June, so be sure to check them out and register here. In-person workshops until July 31st are still suspended.
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Field Trips up to June 30th have been cancelled, participants have been informed and we are discussing rebooking.
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