It’s that time again, gardeners can begin applying for one of Belleville’s community gardens.
There are community garden plots across the city for residents who wish to grow their own vegetables.
The program started in 2012 and has grown to 80 plots.
Chair of the city’s Green Task Force Tom Lafferty says there are many people who can’t afford a lot of food.
Lafferty says the recent $8 cauliflower is an example.
There are garden plots at Dundas Street West, at the former Queen Mary school and at Fourth street in the east end, and they are assigned by lottery.