Growing in the Twin Cities with Backyard Harvest

Building a sustainable (and delicious) urban food system – one yard at a time

Feed your family the freshest foods from your own yard with help from Backyard Harvest! February 10, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — Krista Leraas @ 2:23 pm
Sign up now for a 2010 Backyard Harvest garden!
Backyard Harvest garden
…a lush and bountiful garden growing outside your door.
…a basket of fresh organic vegetables on your step each week.
…a personal connection to the local food system.

…your own backyard farmer waiting for you!

Backyard Harvest urban farmer

Backyard Harvest has both the expertise and time to grow you and your family a beautiful, nourishing and abundant garden.  A Backyard Harvest garden allows you and your family to be a part of the food you eat!

We offer a variety of services and options to the Twin Cities including 3 full service garden designs to choose from, 3 specialty food gardens and garden consulting. A Backyard Harvest garden is a unique package that includes the garden design, installation, watering system, personal urban farmer for the growing season, weekly harvest at your door, e-newsletter, garden journal and more!

This will be the second year of Backyard Harvest. New features and options in 2010 include asparagus, strawberries and potatoes.

Backyard Harvest’s mission is to strengthen the Twin Cities local foods infrastructure one yard at a time by turning lawns into nourishing and healthy landscapes. We connect eaters directly to their food, neighbors to one another, and urban farmers to professional opportunities.

For more information go to our official homepage.

Learn more and schedule a free consultation today! E-mail Krista.

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