Holiday Gift Ideas From the Greenbelt

The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation has assembled a list of our favourite holiday gifts that represent and support the Greenbelt’s agriculture and environmental integrity.

You can view our entire list of goodies on our website, but here are a few we'd like to highlight:



Play a role in Ontario’s Greenbelt by making sure there is fresh healthy food for everyone. By placing a donation to FoodShare in the name of a friend or family member, you are ensuring many FoodShare projects are able to continue contributing to many communities. Most FoodShare programs are completely community service, such as teaching how to make homemade baby food, supporting community gardens and kitchens and operating the FoodLink Hotline.


Stasis Preserves: Greenbelt-grown Black Walnuts in Honey 

The rich, earthy flavour of black walnuts combined with the bright lavender taste of raw wildflower honey makes a perfect pairing for game meats, in salad dressings or even on ice cream. These Greenbelt-grown delectables are made in small batches by Stasis Preserves. Find them Saturdays at the St. Lawrence Market in Toronto or in select stores for $10 for a 250ml


Roisin Fagan’s Greenbelt Century Farm Tea Towels

Inspired by her family’s Greenbelt farm, Roisin created these gorgeous hand-drawn and hand-printed tea towels. Made from an organic cotton/hemp blend, they are the perfect gift for people who know their way around the kitchen. Pick up at the White Elephant in Hamilton, Distill Gallery in Toronto or online from Fagan’s Etsy shop for $34.00 a set.


Coopers CSA 6-Month Greenbelt Organic Vegetable Share

A share in Cooper’s CSA organic farm brings you six month’s worth of some of the tastiest Greenbelt produce around for $235. Customize your basket to include fresh eggs, meat, and poultry.

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