A children's community garden has sprung up in Fredericton to help teach kids how to grow healthy food.

New Brunswick has the third highest prevalence of food insecurity for children, according to a study last month out of the University of Toronto.

Earlier this year, Fredericton resident Tammy McMaster took a food mentorship course. She learned about food insecurity and how to help her own community in changing it. She came up with a plan to help kids help themselves.

"Having kids come to me and say I didn't have something for lunch today or I didn't go to school today because I didn't have a lunch, it's hard, and it's heartbreaking to hear a child say that to you," McMaster said.

With funding from Fredericton's Community Inclusion Network and community sponsors, the children's community garden was born.

What are the children growing? Watch the video to find out.