January 20, 2016

I officially became an urban agriculture entrepreneur in 2013, after joining friends to co-found the Urban Abundance Solidarity Cooperative (CAUS) in Verdun.

Our company created and manages:

  • seven shared gardens in Crawford Park,
  • two family farmers’ markets during the summer, and
  • an aquaponics model project at the Douglas Research Institute.
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Tracey Arial

Tracey Arial helps Canadians grow with notable nonfiction and urban agriculture.

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