Sashoya Simpson, staff at BCCF, sitting outside with bright sun, her face leaning on her right arm

Sashoya Simpson

As a long-time resident of Jane-Finch, Sashoya is an oral-storyteller, animation writer and theatre performer. She has been working with BCCF for the last 3-4 years in various capacities from Farm School/Camp Program assistant to Youth Program Coordinator and now Emergency Food Box Program Assistant. The work at the farm...

Christina Hoang

Christina is working as an Urban Harvest assistant following her passion for food justice driven by growing up in a food desert and studying global food justice in university. She loves biking and cooking, and is passionate about community advocacy in her neighborhood, Jane and Weston. Christina works closely within...

Emily Dial

Emily Dial is a grower, educator, and artist, born and raised on Ohlone land (San Francisco Bay Area) in California. Having worked in urban agriculture for the past three years, she brings her passion for food sovereignty, sustainable growing, and community to their current role as Site Coordinator at BCCF.

Joshua Recollet

Joshua Recollet is an Ojibway and Cree Indigenous earth worker born and raised here in Toronto. He has always had a passion for taking care of mother earth and learning about the lands and restoring the knowledge for all to learn and carry on.

Mildred, staff at BCCF, holding some veggies in a bag and smiling. She is wearing a teal BCCF t-shit!

Mildred Agsaoay

Mildred Agsaoay is an active resident, volunteer and organizer in the Jane and Finch community for the past 10 years. She is in her third year as Coordinator of the Urban Harvest Program and she hopes to inspire more residents to grow their own food, share their surplus and learn...

Leticia Deawuo, Director at teh farm, smiling and standing outside on the grass

Leticia Ama Deawuo

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Mosheh Herdsman

Mosheh Herdsman is our good food box coordinator with an outreach focus. As someone who grew up in Toronto’s west end, he understands the power of community activism and is proud to be a part of the mutual aid work Black Creek Farm is doing throughout this pandemic.

Amy, staff at farm, holding vegetables

Amy Cheng

Amy is a daughter, sister, granddaughter, visual artist / painter, ultra runner, and climber. In past seasons, she has worked as farm staff and CSA coordinator (2014), volunteer grad assistant (2015 + 2016), BCCF’s black creek garden resource network coordinator and facilitator (2017) and is now the Market Garden manager...