LifeCycles cultivates community health from the ground up by connecting people, the food they eat and the land it comes from. We support people in gaining the knowledge, skills and resources they need to access or grow their own food in a way that fosters biodiversity and enhances our urban environment. 



What's New at LifeCycles

21st Annual General Meeting

21st Annual General Meeting


The entire LifeCycles team is thrilled to invite you to our Annual General Meeting and 21st Anniversary Celebration.

In honour of this special day we will be celebrating with free food, beer by donation, live music, videos, and special guest speakers including:

  • Earl Claxton Jr., Tsawout Elder and traditional food systems knowledge keeper

  • Robin Tunnicliffe, Seabluff Farm and Saanich Organics

  • Murray Rankin, Official Opposition critic for Health and chair of the BC caucus

  • Linda Geggie, Founder of LifeCycles and Director of CRfair

The AGM will be take place at the Oaklands Community Centre, 2827 Belmont Ave #1, Victoria on Saturday June 13th 2015 from 5pm-9pm. The meeting begins at 5:30 followed by the celebration at 7pm.

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New Website

In celebrating our 21st birthday, we're getting a new website!

Please bear with us as we make this transition and forgive the (many) glitches on our current site.  We look forward to launch in the coming month.



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Thanks to everyone who applied for our Summer Student positions!

We had such a difficult decisions to make due to the high volume of qualified candidates. We have now hired for the positions, and will be making our announcements shortly. 

Thanks again for your interest.  We know applying takes a great effort on your part.  It is wonderful to know there is so much interest in working for LifeCycles.

All the best!

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Territory Acknowledgement:

LifeCycles work focuses on health, healing and connecting people to the food they eat and where it comes from. We endeavour to honour the land and its treaties by strengthening our relationship and responsibilities to them. We live and work on unceded Coast Salish Territories*, specifically of the Lekwungen and W_SÁNEC peoples. Many of our practices, including the seeds we plant, the ways we educate and our methods of growing food came to these lands through the ongoing process of dispossession and colonialism. We hold this understanding in our interactions and engagements with this land and its people.

* The term Coast Salish is used to encompass a number of Indigenous peoples, including Esquimalt, Hul’qumi’num, Klahoose, Lekwungen (Songhees), MALAXEt, Musqueam, OStlq’emeylem, Pentlatch, Scia’new (Beecher Bay), Sliammon, Shishalh, Skxwú7mesh-ulh Úxwumixw, Stó:lo, Straits, Tsleil-Waututh, T’Sou-ke, W_SÁNEC (Pauquachin, Tsartlip, Tsawout, Tseycum), and Xwemalhkwu.