Volunteer Opportunity – Join our board!

Our Board of Directors is in need of new members! We’re looking for a new Youth Member as well as two new Members-at-Large to join our board. If you’re interested in getting more involved with the local food movement, are passionate about sustainable practices, and have experience or interests relevant to HR, administration, and policy development, we encourage you to apply.

Welcome to Spring

The Spring Equinox is right around the corner and in our temperate West Coast climate, this marks a great time to get your seeds started.

Sowing Seeds

The Power of Sowing Seeds Making our world a better place, one seed at a time If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the news these days, we’re there with you. The … Continued

Food Insecurity and Food Culture

Food Insecurity and Food Culture: As Black History Month draws to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reconfirm our commitment to ongoinglearning, unlearning and addressing cultural safety … Continued

2021 Last chance donations

Every dollar makes a difference. All funds go directly towards supporting our projects, which directly supports educating our community about food and food security, teaching the importance of food systems … Continued

Holiday closure

Holiday closure We’re headed ho-ho-home for the holidays After a very busy year of harvesting fruit, running programs, and caring for trees, we’ve decided it’s time to take a break. … Continued

Giving Tuesday 2021

All year long, we work hard to build a movement that changes the way our community lives and eats in Greater Victoria. This movement is rooted in the relationship between the community and the land–we strive to create opportunities for everyone to feel empowered in their relationship to this place.

When is the best time to plant a fruit tree?

Trees are a welcome addition to any backyard! And if you’re wanting to add a fruit tree to your landscape, there is no time like the present (the present being dormant season, that is).

Biodiversity, climate change, food security

Did you know that we live in the most biodiverse area in “Canada”? This biodiversity is reflected in the variety of species and diverse environments across the lands and waters of what we call British Columbia. We are grateful to call this land home. Part of making a home in this area is understanding and appreciating the biodiversity, and fostering a reciprocal relationship with this land.

National Day of Truth & Reconciliation

Content warning: Colonial violence. On September 30, LifeCycles Project will be closed to observe the National Day of Truth & Reconciliation. Our observation of this day is intended to hold space for survivors and reflect on the ongoing harm caused by colonialism.