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Place Matters – Learn about Youth Farm’s Neighborhood Based Programming & Our Goals of Impact

Place matters. By grounding our work in neighborhoods, young people, their families and neighbors feel greater ownership, accountability, and understanding of the powerful role youth play in a community. Strong intergenerational and intercultural relationships among youth, parents, business owners, churches, schools, community centers, and neighbors, connects youth and adults in each neighborhood, creating a long […]

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Sustainability Day in Frogtown

Youth Farmers in Frogtown dedicate their entire Friday to learning about Sustainability.  They learned about Hoop Houses at Frogtown Farms, played games to test their knowledge of recycling & composting with Eureka Recycling, and made bird feeders with staff out of materials that would otherwise have been thrown away.

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Partner & Volunteer Appreciation Month – The Role of Churches in Urban Ag

There was an article in the StarTribune today about how so many Twin Cities Churches are digging up their grass lawns for gardens, and I thought that would be a great way to kick off our month long celebration of our partners and volunteers here at Youth Farm because without our church partners for land […]

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The Fulton Family Loves Youth Farm

We were thrilled to get an email from a Frogtown parent that shared their daughter’s love for the 2015 summer program. ” Annabel had an amazing experience this summer. When I asked her what she liked best about YouthFarm, she said “I feel grown up there. I have responsibilities.” Thank you to you and your […]

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