Come join Project Sweetie Pie in the EcoEducation Building from 8am-8pm as we help people learn about urban agriculture.
Sweetie Pie featured in Southwest Journal
Project Sweetie Pie Garden Troubadours were spotted doing good at Kingfield Park as they installed Mosaic gardens. These gardens have galvanized CultureCafes, designed to bring social justice and urban food issues to the minds of neighbors and friends. We can all do something about these issues as we create a peaceful and powerful world. . . more here
Spokesman Fete’s Project Sweetie Pie as Teens Get Fresh Food by Stephanie Fox
“Teen Led, Teen Fed” quips Founder Michael Chaney at this year’s outstanding young garden troubadours support more than 20+ gardens all over north Minneapolis. . . more here
Minneapolis: Veggies Rule at Oak Park Food Charter from North News by Maddy Wegner
Combining the Minnesota Food charter with the launch of the YouthCafe movement brought food justice issues to the community in a very delicious way. A night of teen talent, food harvested from blocks away and prepared to perfection by Chef Eric Austin (Big E) helped North Minneapolis get on the state of Minnesota’s Food Charter map. . more here