Impact local food policy and food systems: Apply for the Homegrown Minneapolis Food Council!
What is the Food Council?
The Homegrown Minneapolis Food Council is a City advisory group that convenes and engages diverse stakeholders to identify and propose innovative solutions to improve the local food system. Members serve two-year terms.
What does the Food Council do?
- Engage in lively monthly meetings. Meetings are held in the early evening at various locations throughout Minneapolis.
- Contribute to working groups that address current food system issues. Current groups include food donations, food policy event planning, land access for urban ag/parks and food, local food business innovation and local food procurement.
When and how can I apply?
Apply now through October 20, 2017. Find the application online or contact the City Clerk’s office at 612-673-2216 for a copy of the application. Or download the application in English, Spanish Somali or Hmong.
About Homegrown Minneapolis
Homegrown Minneapolis is a citywide initiative expanding our community’s ability to grow, process, distribute, eat and compost more healthy, sustainable, locally grown foods.
Homegrown Minneapolis brings together key partners from local government, area businesses, community organizations, non-profits, and residents to build a healthy, local food system.
Last updated Aug 16, 2017