The folks who helped bring urban bees and mini-farmers markets to Minneapolis are holding a community celebration Monday night. Residents will also get a chance to share their suggestions for improving access to healthy local food.
Clyde Cross relies on food and friends at The Aliveness Project in south Minneapolis Twenty-six years. That’s how long the Aliveness Project has been serving Twin Cities residents who live with HIV and AIDS. The nonprofit got its start in the early days of the outbreak in Minnesota, when contracting HIV carried an intense stigma. Read more →
A new city ordinance says at least 60 percent of the vendors at most farmers markets have to be food growers.
Former PiPress reporter Hank Shaw is back in the Cities to talk about wild foods in the Midwest.