Minnesota: Growing the Local Food Economy

Fresh Choices: Growing the Local Food Economy

There will be  tasty food samples provided by One Dish at a Time, Birchwood Café, Common Roots, Bryant Lake Bowl, Sen Yai Sen Lek, Chowgirls, Brasa, and Right on Thyme, along with coffee by Peace Coffee. 

While you’re enjoying your snacks you can visit with various organizations that are involved in our food community here in the Twin Cities.  At The Minnesota Project exhibit you will have the opportunity to learn more about some of our initiatives including Fruits of the City, and our Local Foods Program.  The Garden Gleaning Project will also be there.

Along with some great food and an opportunity to learn more about organizations in the area, there will be a stimulating group of speakers talking on a variety of aspects of our local food economy.

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