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Have extra food from your garden that needs to be preserved for the winter? Check out the Saint Paul community kitchens inventory
to find a kitchen near you or click here
for a PDF version. Don't see a kitchen on the list that should be? Contact Mark Granlund at
to add additional kitchens. If interested in selling home-processed or home-canned foods through Pickle Bill, click here
is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting and preserving sustainable community gardening across the Twin Cities by connecting gardeners to each other and to the communities in which they reside.
Saint Paul - Ramsey County Food and Nutrition Commission
The Saint Paul - Ramsey County Food and Nutrition Commission
is a forum for public and private stakeholders to assess how local food systems are operating. The group suggests policies, shares information, and provides access to safe, affordable, and nutritious foods. To attend meetings, contact Julie Sieber at 651-266-2515.
Local Food Resource Hubs Network
Hubs are neighborhood networks of gardeners who come together to support each other in growing, cooking, preserving, and composting their own fresh produce. Gardeners, paying a small fee to become members, receive seeds, seedlings, tools, and access to low-cost workshops as well as become part of a dedicated and supportive community of people growing their own food. In 2012, Saint Paul started its first resource hub in the Hamline-Midway neighborhood
. To join a hubs network or to start a new hub in your area, contact Gardening Matters
distributes free, fresh organic produce and whole foods through a metro-wide Food Share program
The mission of the Frogtown Gardens
is to make the Frogtown neighborhood of Saint Paul healthier and greener. Three new community gardens have been developed.
The Minnesota State Horticultural Society's Minnesota Green Program
began in 1988 and has been serving the greening efforts of thousands of volunteer gardeners throughout the state. Minnesota Green offers free plants for community gardens on public spaces.
University of MN Extension Ramsey County Master Gardeners
Have a question about how to grow broccoli or how to grow the best tomatoes? Get your questions answered here
Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture (MISA)
The purpose of MISA
is to bring together the diverse interests of the agricultural community with the interests of University community in a cooperative effort to develop and promote sustainable agriculture in Minnesota and beyond.
Land Stewardship Project
The Land Stewardship Project (LSP)
is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1982 to foster an ethic of stewardship for farmland, to promote sustainable agriculture, and to develop sustainable communities.
is a Saint Paul-based organization whose mission is to build vibrant and healthy communities through food, conservation, and youth development.
Local Foods Partnership U of M
how communities are partnering with the University of Minnesota to strengthen the local food economy.