Growing in the Twin Cities with Backyard Harvest

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

Start Up Grants Available in Selected Neighborhoods April 1, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — Krista Leraas @ 2:57 pm

Neighborhood groups this spring are excited about bringing Backyard Harvest gardens to their community.  In order to assist homeowners with start up costs, neighborhoods are offering monetary discounts.  Please forward to individuals who may qualify!


If you live in LONGFELLOW: New Full Service Garden clients in the Longfellow, Cooper, Howe, and Hiawatha neighborhoods are eligible to receive a $300 garden start-up grant from the Longfellow Community Council. Contact Backyard Harvest to get started. There are a limited number of grants that will be awarded on a first come, first served basis so act soon!


One Response to “Start Up Grants Available in Selected Neighborhoods”

  1. Susan Goll Says:

    I am a member of Slow Foods Minnesota and a backyard gardener looking to expand this year. I just learned about this program and would like more information.

    Susan Goll

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