The energies of nature and the land are powerful. As we resonate and work with these energies as human beings, projects and relationships begin to grow. Once on the land, once the crops began to grow, new projects developed: washing out food boxes, sprouting in a 100-year-old greenhouse, bagging the sprouts, tending the crops, and behold, getting paid to do it! Just as the early Iriquois followed paths of trade, so modern Torontonians follow paths right through the land houseing the Urban Garden. And people became curious, new ideas developed. This was about more than mental health. This was about building community in a busy urban setting. Take a look and watch the partnerships grow.