Cob Oven Brings Community Together

One of the great assets of the Canadaian Cowichan Valley is the Centennial Park Cob Kitchen.
June 04, 2021 | Natural Building Blog

Page Graphic It’s a beautiful Cob pizza oven and cooktop available to the community. The Cob Kitchen can be used by individuals for family use, community organizations who wish to host an event or program, or by local businesses.

Having heard that the future of the cob kitchen in Centennial Park was in question, Pat Amos (the designer-builder) thought he should add his perspective. The idea for an outdoor community kitchen had been circulating for years. A team of rag-tag artisan builders were working alongside the City of Duncan staff, making plans and breaking ground. That made for an uncommon synergy. Not everyone in the community thought it was a good idea at first. But the more things took shape the more support for the project grew.

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