Community Garden Programs

A sustainable food source is imperative to a healthy family. Samaritan House Ministries Community Garden Network is committed to providing opportunities for people to create and sustain a healthy food source for their family. To this end, we are pleased to work with the already established Community Garden Network to provide coordination of garden plots throughout the city. The coordinator also offers weekly workshops from April to September on a variety of topics relevant to gardening on the prairies.

Community Garden Network

​The Samaritan House Ministries Community Garden Network is a primarily volunteer-run network of gardens throughout the city. With over 800 garden plots of various sizes, the network offers families and individuals space and assistance to create a vegetable garden for the growing season. The program is open to everyone, though annual registration is necessary. Each garden site is administered by a volunteer site coordinator.


For more information or to sign up for a garden plot, please contact the coordinator.


Phone: 204-726-0758



2017 Garden Workshop Series

Samaritan House Ministries Community Garden Network is please to offer workshops every Wednesday, all spring summer and fall, in and around Brandon. The wide array of workshops are usually free and are suitable for all levels of gardener. It gives both new and seasoned gardeners an opportunity to share experiences and connect socially around some fun and enriching events. Stay tuned for 2017 events coming soon!

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Samaritan House Resource Centre

820 Pacific Avenue

Brandon MB  R7A 0J1

Phone: 204-726-0758


Hours: 9 AM-4 PM, closed 12:00-1:00

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Samaritan House Training Centre

1610 Pacific Avenue

Brandon MB  R7A 7L9

Phone: 204-727-1268

Fax: 204-728-5679


Hours: 8:30-4:30

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Samaritan House Employment Resource Centre

Unit C-03, The Town Centre, 800 Rosser Avenue Brandon MB  R7A 6N5

Phone: 204-717-3503

Fax: 204-717-3507


Hours: see the ERC page here

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