Youth Farm is excited to announce Jesus Perez as our new Manager of South Minneapolis Programs! Jesus has been involved in the Lyndale Youth Farm Program for over 10 years as a youth participant, Project LEAD staff, and South Minneapolis Farm Steward. As part of the inaugural Farm Stewards Program in 2011, he helped to develop […]
Our Project LEAD teams are scheming and dreaming about spring-farm planning and food distribution planning. Here is a sneak peak of some of our plans.
We made dessert apple empanadas in our Humboldt/OWL cooking class today! Htoo Eh Say won the title of “Empanada Champion” for making the most beautiful empanada in the group. Mmm, sometimes Mondays call for sweet treats.
“Our goal is to create a beloved community and this will require a qualitative change in our souls as well as a quantitative change in our lives” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Yesterday, Youth Farm was honored to have participated in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations at Powderhorn Park. Alongside members of our “beloved community”, […]
One of the things that does not get recognized enough is the amazing support so many business partners give to us throughout the year, especially those in the restaurant community. We have been honored to work with Barbette and Northern Spark for a number of years and we want to share an awesome free event […]
The middle schoolers at Humboldt and OWL are back at it on the West Side, preparing salsas, baking zucchini and carrot muffins, and playing lots of games. The farms may be quiet and cold, but we are keeping things fresh in the kitchen. Happy New Year to all!
We are excited to expand our School Partnership work in Minneapolis and St. Paul and are looking for the next member of our team! You can find all the information about the position HERE on our website. Contact Amanda Stoelb with any questions. Cover letter and resume due 1/27/17!
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As we end what has been a divisive year politically and socially, we want to reconfirm to our supporters the values and impact of our work. Youth Farm utilizes food as a catalyst for social change, for community engagement, for leadership development – Food is our tool to change the world. We want you to see […]
The Youth Farmers in our Humboldt/OWL cooking class have been cooking up a storm every Monday and Wednesday, so you can thank them for the snow! We recently made a big batch of Korean Black Noodles and rolled a bunch of sushi. Good food, good folks.