Tricia Sedgwick, Founder & Project Manager

Tricia happy in the garden

Tricia Sedgwick is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist with a background in Environmental Studies. In 2007 she spearheaded “The World in a Garden,”  an  Urban Agriculture Project  designed to enable youth and community to experience the cultural, nutritional and environmental benefits of local, organic food systems from seed to table. Her global vision is to build gardens and connect cultures around the world through food, our one uniting thread. Tricia is also the founder of ‘Seeds of Plenty’ – the sprouted cookie company which offers organic, artisan cookies, treats and ethical gift baskets. Seeds of Plenty is built on ethical business practices and a fundraising model to give back to edible garden projects across the globe.  Each year Tricia coordinates a local farm & food tour for the BC Chef’s Association, educating young chef’s on food security issues while enjoying the many pleasures of home grown food.


Alicia Baddorf, Garden Project Coordinator

Alicia in the garden

604-257-5151 ext. 1213

Alicia is a graduate of the University of Delaware, where she studied Environmental & Emergency Management within the Sociology department. Her appreciation of the natural environment has grown throughout her life and she sees regenerative growing practices as the world’s lifelines. Moreover, she believes in the power of education and empowerment in creating more resilient communities locally and across the globe. Before landing a job with TWIAG, Alicia spent time WWOOFing and volunteering for the David Suzuki Foundation. In 2011-2012, she spent 2 months in West Africa, speaking to rural farmers and observing agricultural practices. Alicia plans to pursue urban and environmental studies & international development in graduate school, but is happy getting her hands in the dirt in the meantime.

Francesca Morrison, Intern

Francesca Morrison has a background in Ecology and Conservation, having graduated from Birkbeck, University College, London.  After spending a year and a half in Ontario she moved to Vancouver in August 2011. Francesca is an advocate of urban farming and although lives in a tiny apartment, still manages to grow some veggies and even has a worm composter. She hopes one day to have a piece of land of her own to farm.

Francesca is involved in delivering the citizenU project, a Vancouver-wide youth initiative to give young people the skills to become good community leaders.”

Anne Larkin, Intern


Anne  is a student and foodie, studying History and English in Idaho, Florida, and now Vancouver. She’s had the chance to spend time learning about the food cycle and getting a whole new understanding of the delicious things on her plate. She’s especially interested in education programs and getting kids familiar with where their food comes from and understanding all the hard work and goodness that goes into every meal.


Jewish Family Service Agency
305-1985 West Broadway
Vancouver, BC V6J 4Y3
tel. 604-257-5151  ext. 213             fax. 604-257-5148

The Garden:

W. 57th Avenue & E. Boulevard

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Sarah on July 6, 2010 at 10:54 am

    Hello! I would love to volunteer with the project. Please let me know if there are any opportunities.



    • Hi Sarah! Thanks for your interest. All volunteer positions are listed uner ‘Get Involved’. Check that out and then send us an email or give us a call to discuss your involvement further. Welcome to The World In A Garden!


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