Klee Wyck Farm 

an urban agriculture model for conservation, education, innovation
& a  West Vancouver community initiative of EcoUrbia Network

Community participation through collaborative programs.
Local urban agriculture curriculums can expand.

Klee Wyck Farm happenings....

Please visit the Virtual Open House on The District of West Vancouver's website to view the project's display materials, along with community survey results.

Thank You to all who attended the public open houses - it was great to meet you!

Klee Wyck Farm Project Overview [PDF]

Frequently Asked Questions [PDF]

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We will utilize a 3-pillar approach in our day-to-day operations &  in delivering educational programs, with hands-on participation & demonstration of innovative technologies.  

our 3 pillar approach

Welcome to Klee Wyck Farm

Klee Wyck Farm is situated adjacent to the north end of Klee Wyck Park within the former greenhouse nursery operated by The District of West Vancouver at 200 Keith Road. It sits well-above the banks of the Capilano River and nearby Capilano River Regional Park, and its close proximity to Park Royal Shopping Centre’s transportation hub, trails and nearby neighbourhoods makes it well-suited for food production that will generate a local economy around food and wellness activities. 

Klee Wyck Farm's mission is to support, and promote the development and delivery of sustainable agricultural practices that will rehabilitate, restore, and enhance biological diversity through low-impact holistic practices, and environmental stewardship.

Our goal is to inspire home gardeners to grow food and edible gardens in both large and small spaces, to support food literacy programs for our children and youth, and to provide a local resource in support of invasive species management, while reducing the farm-to-market cost of organically-grown produce.

As a social enterprise, Klee Wyck Farm will be self-funded, with revenue generated from the sale of produce, honey, cut flowers & starter plants, among other micro-enterprise strategies. Revenues will be re-invested back into public outreach programs, to reducing farm-to-market costs, and to capitalizing further site enhancements.