July 24, 2017

We are proud to take part in the Westside Food Festival by Village Vancouver. Join us this Friday evening for an urban walk, looking at urban agriculture examples and discussing the principles and challenges involved.

Growing Food Around The Creek: An Urban Agriculture Walking Tour led by Dr. Yael Stav

With the increasing density and cost of living in inner-city Vancouver, is there still a place for community gardens or even ur...

July 6, 2017

No Yard? No Problem! Tips for a beautiful balcony garden

June 20, 2017

After the successful vertical gardening courses at the VanDusen I will be working with Village Vancouver ( on three different events:

Intro to Vertical Gardening 

Tuesday, July 11th 7-8:30 pm

In this workshop we will look at many pictures and examples of vertical gardens and the systems/products available, as well as DIY options. Especially useful for people who have a small patio or balcony, or would like...

June 8, 2017

Today at the beautiful VanDusen: 

Sunlit walls and fences can be an ideal location to grow vegetables and herbs, even in high density areas. Learn which vertical gardening methods are most suitable for edibles, while taking into consideration challenges with sun, wind, soil and irrigation. Discover some of the most suitable types and combinations of vegetables and herbs for your location and taste.

February 25, 2016

As our modern society treads ever forward into the future – we build.Houses, office buildings, shopping malls and factories. The city grows, and complicates.

August 7, 2015

Studies have shown that natural environments can enhance health and here we build upon that work by examining the associations between comprehensive greenspace metrics and health

July 21, 2015

A Fence..Can be a garden too!

July 16, 2015

In the city, space is at a premium and lots of people want a vegetable patch but have no place to put one.

Since we're into vertical we started a vegetable garden for our neighbour on our fence!

The neighbour is enjoying it so much that we want to extend the idea and create a "fence community".

Now, it's quite amazing that the city of Vancouver actually provides a website that match-makes between people who need space to grow and...

July 5, 2015

The city of Vancouver generally encourages UrbanAg - see here. That's cool ! Some cities are less relaxed about what you can grow.

June 25, 2015

t would be built by allowing native trees to grow over a computer-designed (CNC) removable plywood scaffold. Once the plants are interconnected and stable,[1] the plywood would be removed and reused.

Please reload

Featured Posts

Embracing the Epiphyte

February 25, 2016

Please reload

Recent Posts

February 25, 2016

July 21, 2015

Please reload

  • b-facebook
  • B-Pinterest

© 2020 by Invivo Design, Vancouver, BC