Surrey's mild climate and rich soils make it a great place to grow a wide range of products. With over a third of our land base in the Agricultural Land Reserve, farming is an important sector in Surrey's economy.
Opportunities also exist for residents to get their hands in the dirt and grow their own food at one of Surrey's many Community Gardens. If you want to try producing food in your own backyard, check out our tips for gardening in small spaces, or the City's new pilot project for backyard chickens.
See where Surrey's community gardens are, or learn how to start a new community garden in your community.
Grow food, plant native species, and help the environment from your own backyard.
Learn what you need to keep backyard chickens in the City of Surrey.
See how Surrey's farmland is one of the richest growing areas in Canada.