Minneapolis Sustainability

350 S. 5th Street, Room 315M
Minneapolis, MN 55415
sustainability@minneapolismn.gov

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Local Food

Local ProduceA socially, economically and ecologically sustainable food system supports and promotes the current and future health of individuals, communities and the natural environment. It requires infrastructure and networks that support the life cycle of food from production to waste recovery. It makes nutritious food accessible and affordable to all, increases food safety and security, and is biodiverse and resilient. It is also humane and fair, protecting farmers, workers, consumers and communities.

To learn more, be sure to visit the City's Homegrown Minneapolis website.

Targets

  1. Increase by one acre food producing gardens in the city by 2014 using 2011 as a baseline.
     
  2. All residents live within a quarter (1/4) mile of a healthy food choice.

Recent City & Community Activities

Last updated Dec 4, 2013