Monday, April 27, 2009

Eating Local in Twin Cities: A Rough Guide to the Region’s Food System

Interested in sustainability and green living? Like healthy and delicious food and beverages?

The American Planning Association’s Planning and Community Health Research Center connected with a network of individuals in Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota to provide you with information about the Twin Cities food system—from the production of locally grown and produced foods to their transformation into mouth-watering, culinary delights.

This guide provides you with a partial list of some of the region’s food related organizations, community gardens, farmers’ markets, food stores, restaurants and breweries. For a map of the food stores, markets, restaurants and breweries, visit:
http://www.planning.org/nationalconference/about/pdf/EatLocal.pdf

While not completely comprehensive, this publication does some of the work for you locating sustainable, local food options in the Twin Cities area. In addition to restaurants and brewpubs, it offers lists of community gardens, farmers markets, and food stores & markets.


[where: Sustainable Food, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Twin Cities, Minnesota]

2 comments:

Cafe Cyan said...

Thanks for the link! I was just looking for something like this.

Reetsyburger said...

Cafe Cyan - glad to help! Thanks for posting a comment!