Activating bodies, minds and hearts for positive transformation.
Discover our totally awesome workshop that gets you groovin' and growin' your own food.
Our unique program accommodates all ages and a perfect fit for; school events / after school programs, workplace wellness, community festivals, and gatherings.
Learn how to grow your own food with Grow a Seed’s indoor garden kit and discover how easy and fun it is.
Tender and delicious, microgreens are packed with up to 39x more nutrients than their adult counterpart and add a healthy kick to salads, smoothies, sandwiches, or on their own. The best part is you get to harvest your crop in just 7 - 10 days.
How it works:
In this unique and experiential workshop, everyone receives an indoor garden kit with all the parts to successfully grow your garden. Our engaging teachers will guide you through the planting process from germinating seeds to harvesting your crops, plus you’ll get to sample a variety of greens and learn all about their health benefits.
Our fun and relaxed atmosphere will inspire you to share your experiences and commitments to health. Caring for your garden at home, at school or at the office will continue to be a powerful action-focused catalyst for your wellbeing.
“Why try to explain miracles to your kids when you can just have them plant a garden.”
- ROBERT BRAULT
"I love the freshness, flavour and crunch. You can’t get more local than my own restaurant! "
Chef Jonny Blonde
"I can’t believe how easy it is to grow microgreens! They’re delicious and I’m definitely hooked on growing."
"I never imagined I could grow anything. Now our plants are already twice the size they started. It’s been a good experience for us and I feel proud of our success."
"I’m from Kenya where I always had a large garden. Now I live in an apartment where I sometimes grow a few things on my balcony. I’m so happy my son is learning important life lessons from his Grow a Seed garden."
"My class of 12 - 16 year old girls absolutely loved the growing - even thought they don’t like eating vegetables. The program was a beautiful catalyst for my teen girls to talk about health and bring it to life."
Kuwait City, Kuwait
"300 parents and students showed up to learn how to plant - the most parental engagement we’ve ever seen. It was a powerful experience for our community."
Principal at Agnes Taylor Public School, Brampton, ON