Maimouna shares her love for Youth Farm in the fall with a Facebook post highlighting our weekly meeting and fall harvest!
Why not? Last week we sold some of our beets and basil to Izzy’s Ice Cream Cafe. Our All Stars harvested the 48 pounds of beets needed for their Berry Beet ice cream and we all harvested the 2 pounds of basil needed for their Basil ice cream. Of course that meant we had to […]
Columnist Neal St. Anthony of the Star Tribune shared an article today highlighting Youth Farm’s contributions to MLB’s All-Star Game last week, Full Story Here. Youth Farm and Urban Roots sold our youth created locally sourced “Roots for the Home Team” salads last week at the Futures Game, Home Run Derby, and Tuesday’s All-Star Game. […]
We have really celebrated All Stars this week both at the baseball game and here in Hawthorne. On Tuesday our LEAD sold out of West Side’s Tic Tac Taco salad at the All Star Game! It was a hit and we all had a blast taking in the festivities and bustle of the day. Thanks […]
Our first strawberries came in this week! Nothing tastes quite as sweet as those first hand picked berries right out of our farms. It is a joy to share these fruits with our young people, many of whom have never tasted fresh local strawberries. The week before summer program held another major highlight. Wednesday all of Youth […]
The recent rain showers have been great for the farms; the crops are healthy, happy, and ready for Youth Farmers to tend starting next Tuesday! However, some of the winds and storms have not been so helpful for main farm in Frogtown. Last weekend, a tree fell on the garden. Fortunately, Youth Farm’s Project LEAD […]
The LEAD are going to be super excited for today’s summer staff meeting!
Saturday is our first Roots for the Home Team Twins Game and Hawthorne has a bountiful harvest of fresh dill, spring greens, Red Rover radishes and crisp chives for the Big Bang Seoul and Kickin’ Quinoa Salads. Here’s a sneak peak at the Kickin’ Quinoa Salad recipe that our LEAD developed…
“So what do you do in the winter?” is a question I hear at least once a month. The answer can be long, but it is simple. Since we can’t grow food, we focus on growing leaders and community. We reflect and plan. We cook and have community events. We eat the food we preserved from […]
We really love our greenhouse on the West Side, so much that we have nearly all of our meetings there. The West Side LEAD Interns, All-Stars, Youth Farmers, volunteers, and also Cherokee School students all visit the GH regularly to keep it looking nice and green. Not only have the West Side youth been growing […]