Workshops & Events

Upcoming and Current

~New Workshops and Events in 2023~

Past Events


Riverdale Jubilee!

Saturday, October 1, 2022

Not for charity, not for profit, just because!

We celebrated 30 years of community-building on our farm here in Inglewood. 

Go to our Jubilee page for details about this past event: Jubilee Page

3rd Annual Scarecrow Contest

Submit your entry by April 30 2022

Peer reviewed for winner first week of May

Prize $50 cash and $50 donation to Bethell Hospice

Community Garden Plots available for 2022 Season.

20′ x 20′ $140 and 10 x 20 $120

May 1 – November 1

for more information

2020 Events

Kitchen Table

Climate Change Workshop

Friday January 24, 2020,

7-8:30 pm

Barnone Studio, 15707 McLaughlin Rd. 

Join us for a casual and informative workshop with Sabrina , on behalf of the Climate Change Action Plan Task Force (CCAP-TF).

This is your opportunity to have a say and provide valuable input that will help shape the new Climate Change Action Plan for the Town of Caledon.

There will be a short PowerPoint presentation including discussion questions. I will be capturing your comments to bring back to the CCAP-TF and I encourage everyone to fill out the Town of Caledon survey as well: Survey

A TerraCycle box will be available onsite, so please feel free to bring any old razors, blades or packaging for disposal.

Hope to see you there,

Sabrina Valleau

Resident Member,

Climate Change Action Plan Task Force


Eco Caledon Spring Climate Festival

Saturday May 30, 2020 has been postponed . New date is Sunday September 20, 2020

Please continue to watch for updates  as we will be following the provincial guidelines for social gatherings and safety with regards to the Covid pandemic.





The Garden Series w/ Owen Goltz
Dates to be announced for Spring 2020

This is a super empowering and exciting offering — it’s both full of theory and hands-on practical. Owen is committed to inspiring and supporting regenerative land uses on his farm and in his community of Inglewood through education. This workshop will focus on creating an upward spiral in soil health. Everybody can grow food, but not everyone knows how to grow super nutrient dense food! Who should take this course? Anyone growing food for themselves or others – at any scale, or anyone concerned about the lack of nutrition in our food supply! You will learn about:

* The relationships between photosynthesis, soil microbes and soil nutrients.
* Re-mineralizing soils and using biostimulators.
* Do’s and Don’ts of tillage.
* Doing it all via compost heap.

Remember, it’s all about It’s about Healthy SOILS, Healthy PLANTS, Healthy PEOPLE! Email us at to RSVP if you plan to attend!



2018 Events