Allison Covert

Community Gardens Coordinator

(905) 274-6222

Coming from a long line of farmers, Allison has inherited a profound connection to the land and a deep appreciation for those who support the local food system.

Marie Tsai

Waste Reduction Educator

(905) 274-6222

Marie is passionate about human and planetary health. She believes that understanding leads to caring and therefore, education is central to fostering connections with each other and our natural environment.

Oriona Nibbs

Waste Reduction Educator

(905) 274-6222

Oriona enjoys working with communities and youth on environmental issues and climate action.  

Yanique McFarlane

Waste Reduction Educator

(905) 274-6222

Yanique believes that community engagement at a local level is incredibly important in conserving and protecting the natural environment.

Ve Tao

Youth Event Coordinator

(905) 274-6222 ext. 315

Ve has previously worked in the mental health field supporting 2SLGBTQ+ youth and facilitating anti-oppression workshops.

Deven Sikand

Youth Education Coordinator

(905) 274-6222 ext. 314

Deven is passionate about rebuilding our connection to the natural world and cultivating healthy and resilient communities.

Shrey Savale

Waste Reduction Coordinator

(905) 274-6222 ext. 313

Shrey developed a connection to nature at an early age and gained a passion for education while completing his undergraduate degree at the University of Waterloo.

Deanna Hove

Field to Table Coordinator

(905) 274-6222 ext. 307

Deanna loves bringing people together over growing and preparing food.

Kat Gibson

Community Gardens Program Manager

(905) 274-6222 ext. 303

Kat is passionate about facilitating connection to self, community, and the natural world through the process of growing food.

Britt McKee

Executive Director

(905) 274-6222 ext. 304

Britt is passionate about environmental education and has extensive experience supporting innovative community development. She completed a Master’s degree in Environmental Studies at York University and is an Ontario Certified Teacher.

Eninna Luli

Administrative and Communications Assistant

(905) 274-6222 ext. 300

Eninna loves applying her many skills, passion for sustainability, and experience working with others to creating a more environmentally responsible community.

Stephanie Rivera

Youth Program Manager

(905) 274-6222 ext. 309

Stephanie believes that community collaboration is the key to building thriving and sustainable neighbourhoods.

Merissa Nudelman

Community Climate Hub Manager

(905) 274-6222 ext. 302

Merissa is dedicated to bringing people together around food. She has over a decade of experience developing hands-on cooking and nutrition education programs for youth, families and marginalized community members.

Monika Bianco

Community Food Systems Manager

(905) 274-6222 ext. 305

Monika loves working with diverse groups and galvanizing community building through grassroot food and education initiatives.

In the Region of Peel, we live and work on the traditional territory and treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. We would like to acknowledge the first inhabitants of these lands and those who continue to live in these regions, including the Anishinabek, Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendat, Ojibway/Chippewa and Métis peoples.

We occupy colonized First Nation territories and it is our responsibility to recognize our colonial histories, their present-day implications, and to work together to honour, protect and sustain Indigenous rights, and this land.

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