Local Food Resource Hubs are here in NE/SE Minneapolis!

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Do you want to grow your own fresh produce? Come and learn about the Local Food Resource Hubs, a new community project in the Northeast and Southeast Minneapolis neighborhoods that gives people the tools they need to grow their own healthy food. Members of the Hub are part of a network of gardeners and have access to discounted seeds, seedlings, classes, and tools. The Hub brings community members together to grow, eat, and preserve food, as well as opportunities to share, swap, and socialize. Membership is offered on a sliding scale and scholarships are also available. You can sign up on the spot, or simply learn and register later.

Please join us for one of two meet-and-greets for snacks, a winter sowing demonstration, information about compost and low cost city trees (including fruit), community gardens, and to learn more about the NE/SE Hub! For more information, contact Lina or Mallory at 612-821-2358 or info@gardeningmatters.org.

Sat., Feb. 25th (10 a.m. – noon), University Lutheran Church of Hope in Dinkytown- 601 13th Ave SE in the Lounge,
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Mon. Feb. 27th (5 – 7 p.m.), Little Kitchen Food Shelf at the NE Community Lutheran Church – 1500 6th St. NE