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Wednesday June 12th 2024

‘Food’ Archives

Cooking Up a Storm with Edible Boulevards

Cooking Up a Storm with Edible Boulevards

By MICHELLE SHAW Minneapolis Edible Boulevards partnered with participants in both Green Zones to create some amazing new boulevard gardens in 2023. One of them was at the Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association office, which is already an amazing space as it is. Kieran Morris was the instructor for our Southside participants this year, and Lucy Jarman was the Southside youth intern. We’re so appreciative of them and all the participants who continue to sign up to create a “shared fruit” garden space for neighbors and passersby for a minimum of 3 years. Family and friends plant side-by-side with Minneapolis Edible Boulevards instructor Kieran Morris and 2023 Southside intern Lucy Jarman. PHOTO: Edible Boulevards Our cooking classes for the rest of the year will be on Zoom only, where we invite you to cook along with the instructor in your own kitchen. Registration can be found in the description of each event on our Minneapolis Edible Boulevards Facebook page. Coming [...]

Free Cooking Class with the Indigenous Food Lab

Free Cooking Class with the Indigenous Food Lab

By MICHELLE SHAW Vern Defoe and Riva Garcia will teach Minneapolis Edible Boulevards next cooking class August 12. Please join us August 12 for our next Minneapolis Edible Boulevards cooking class at the new Indigenous Food Lab Market, located just inside Midtown Global Market. We’re super excited to partner with North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems’ Culinary Program Manager Ismael Popoca Aguilar and his fabulous cooks, Riva Garcia and Vern Defoe. Riva and Vern will teach us how to make Wild Rice Salad with Beans, Roasted Pepita and Sumac. Registration can be found on our Facebook event, or reach out via email. If you can’t attend in person, we’d love to see you on Zoom.We typically hold classes in community gardens to highlight where neighbors can find fresh produce and a space to garden in their neighborhood. In August, we’re co-hosting with the new Indigenous Food Lab Market. They have incredible offerings at the food counter that are made from all [...]

“Our Growing Season is Here!”

“Our Growing Season is Here!”

By MICHELLE SHAW Here, one of the South High students is learning the proper way to plant a fruit tree at the May 18 Garden Party. Jim Embry will be the special guest at our Youth Juneteenth Celebration at the South High Food Forest. Photo: Minneapolis Edible Boulevards Are you interested in being part of a community that listens to what you and your neighbors have to say? Minneapolis Edible Boulevards is a small initiative, we create partnerships in both Green Zones and adjacent neighborhoods so that we can listen to the concerns of the community. As a part of our volunteer team, we are looking for folks who are willing to share their input, problem-solve, help us share our events more effectively, and identify the best ways to get community input. Perhaps that’s attending a bi-monthly or quarterly meeting. Perhaps it’s something else. We can’t do it without you. If you’re interested, please reach out to minneapolisedibleboulevards@gmail.com.This was our best year for [...]

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