Community Garden Maintenance Crew

Community Garden Maintenance Crew

About the Role

  • Love working as part of a team? Help DIGA maintain the public areas of the community gardens
  • Assist with compost maintenance, green bins, beautification, spring start-up & fall clean-up, construction projects and tool repairs
  • Up to 10 hrs per week from May to September
  • Preferably with driver’s license to travel to our community gardens
  • We have 6 gardens – up to 4 volunteers needed per garden
  • Location of gardens: Pandora Park, Woodland Park, Still Creek Community Garden at Slocan Park, Kerrisdale Community Garden, Maple Community Garden and GF Strong Garden

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Sheryl Newman, Volunteer Management Coordinator, at 

We thank all volunteer applicants; however, only those considered for an interview will be contacted. 

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