Community Projects

Conquest Steel is proud to participate in community initiatives across Canada, bringing accessible gardening to all.

Have a community garden project in the works? Contact us by phone at 416-741-3236 or email us for more information about the Community Project discounts and donations Conquest Steel offers.

Here are just some of our projects:

  • William Burgess Elementary
  • Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club
  • BC Ministry of Forests,
  • All Saints Catholic School
  • Métis Nation of Ontario Allan Gardens Children's Conservatory
  • Wellington Heights Secondary School
  • Black Creek Community Farm
  • Farm School & Camp Coordinator
  • Building Roots Community Gardens
  • Everdale  | Hillsburgh Community Farm
  • Birchmount Community Centre
  • NYCH
  • St Alban's Boys and Girls Club

Check out some of our projects below.

Featured Projects

Altadore Garden

The Altadore School & Community Edible Garden is Calgary’s first large-scale, school and community edible garden - or Edible Schoolyard.

Black Creek Community Farm

Black Creek Community Farm is situated on a truly unique eight-acre property that includes pristine farmland, a heritage farmhouse and barn, and a surrounding forest that extends down into the Black Creek ravine.

Building Roots:
Edible Allan Gardens

Building Roots worked with the City of Toronto, Ryerson University and others to create an urban agriculture demonstration at Allan Gardens, giving over a dozen diverse local groups a change to grow food in a beautiful urban setting. The project recently celebrated its third year.

Toronto Humane Society

In 2013, Evergreen and the Toronto Humane Society came together to create a lush and pet-friendly rooftop patio, one of five annual shelter greening projects scheduled across the country.

To transform the space, multiple raised garden beds were planted with a variety of edibles and trees.