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Learn how you can help build a strong local food system in our community at the Midway Local Food Resource Hub Kick-Off on Wednesday, January 25 at 7:00pm at the Hamline Midway Library (1558 W. Minnehaha). Together with your neighbors, you can gain access to low-cost seeds and plants, gardening workshops, a tool-lending library, newly-established community gardens, and more to expand gardening and healthy food access in our community.
Come learn about local food opportunities in the neighborhood and join the discussion to build on these efforts. Light refreshments and children's activities will be provided.
Local food resource hubs are locally-based partnerships of individuals, organizations, businesses, and Gardening Matters to ensure healthy food access for all. Three local food resource hubs were established in Minneapolis in 2011. Learn more about hubs here and here.
This kick-off event is a collaboration between Hamline Midway Coalition's Local Foods Working Group, Gardening Matters, and the Hamline Midway Environmental Group. More collaboration is needed to make this a stronger effort. If you are interested in organizational collaboration or tabling at this event, contact Faith Krogstad at email@example.com or 651-494-7683.
Feel free to download a color or black & white flyer (see below) and help us spread the word! You can RSVP and share this event with friends on our Facebook event page.