Creating an exciting space for growth


We envision a future in which every person in Guernsey has access to fresh, locally and sustainably grown food.

At Edible Guernsey we offer our Members the
opportunity to participate in growing as part of a supportive community, to share their experiences with and knowledge about sustainable growing with others and to experiment with innovative growing techniques. We aspire to be an incubator, to seed the growth of new commercial ventures and expand the diversity and amount of fresh, local and sustainable food produced in Guernsey.


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Our Mission

We have a thriving community garden project that focusses on regenerative agriculture techniques to grow fruit and veg for the community. Community gardens are shared spaces where we all work to grow and nurture food, to harvest, to plate up for our families and friends, and sell our extra produce on our own little hedge-veg stall.

Education is one of our core principles and is the key to everything we do. Teaching our community, and the next generation,  about what goes into growing produce in Guernsey is vital for the future. Eating locally and healthily is more important than ever and our education methods promote this.

We provide space to innovators; from tree surgeons and goat farmers to Juggling King Rum. This space is key to allowing these innovators to test, develop and run their business ideas. We like to help these innovators with likeminded values.

Interested in finding out more about our mission and how you can help? If you want to be part of this or just fancy simply getting your hands dirty, we’d love to hear from you. 

Our Hedge Veg Stall

Our stall is restocked regularly! Fresh local produce, grown in a chemical free environment and now with fewer plastic bags.
You can find us at Rue des Heches St Peters
It would also be greatly appreciated if customers could return the plastic containers for reuse, many thanks

100% Local

100% Local produce

“Growing your own food may be one of the most powerful steps you can take for the health of yourself, your family, and your planet.”


― Lindsay Oberst






– Victor Novak, Califor Agro Ltd.



– Victor Novak, Califor Agro Ltd.

Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved with our mission. We are always welcoming new members to join our community groups and inviting the public to our Vinery for events such as Seed Swaps and Pumpkin picking.

Become a Member

We are always looking for new members to join us. We have a growing membership base working on our community garden project. The diversity of our members creates a great community feeling and we welcome anybody to join us. With sessions throughout the week covering all areas of regenerative horticulture there is a session for everyone.

To become a member signup HERE.


We understand your time is precious and you may not be able to help us as a member. Our site requires a lot of work to maintain and we are always looking for as much help as possible. Financial donations are most welcome and help to provide for the day-to-day maintenance costs. Donations of old and unwanted horticulture and DIY items is also key to our operations. This both saves us lots of money and diverts valuable items from landfill. The following list is just a few categories of items we can make use of.

If you would like to help us in any way you can then please reach out to us on social media.

For financial donations please follow our link to help us out.

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