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    Come hear about the Fresh Start Garden Project at The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum on Friday February 28th at the 2014 Schoolyard Gardens Conference Appetite For Change and FSG partners will be presenting about our wonderful first year.  

     

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    Don't forget to also check out the 2014 Urban Agriculture Resource Fair ........... "Dig Deeper" with Ladonna Redmond and so many others. . 

     

     

    A BIG Thanks to Aki Jaheed Abdul-Malik who produced this video and to AFC's own Jessie McDaniel who's artistic beats are playing in this video! 

    Community-driven

    Appetite For Change is a nonprofit organization in North Minneapolis. We are shaping a community-driven organization to create programming, products and services that are wanted, needed and owned by the community.

     

    Local collaboration

    Our goal is to create a community based and led organization whose mission, vision and projects are shaped by the people we are serving. Appetite For Change works collaboratively with residents and organizations to create food and garden-based programming that builds individual, family and community capacity while working to create social change.

     

    Food is a powerful tool

    Bringing people together around food is one way to build capacity for creating social, racial and economic justice while bettering communities and making families more powerful agents of change. Food can be a powerful tool to build health, wealth and promote positive change in the community.

     

    Strengthening families

    We believe that when families come together around the dinner table to reclaim the kitchen as a place to bond with and educate children, then communities become stronger and more capable to advocate for themselves and against the injustices they experience.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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