Food Justice in Action - 100 Hoops/100 Farms

 
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Food Justice in Action - 100 Hoops/100 Farms

Food Justice in Action - 100 Hoops/100 Farms
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Those seeds LOVE this worm tea!

Those seeds LOVE this worm tea!
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Seeding for Little Earth's "Farm Along the Wall"

Seeding for Little Earth's "Farm Along the Wall"
Members of the Little Earth Mothers' Group travelled to WEI at Amador Hill in March to begin seeding for an Earth Day celebration of the new Farm Along the Wall; pictured here with WEI lead farmer, Larry Palmer and Farm Manager & Director of Operations, Jacquelyn Zita (view small | med | large | orig)

Indigenous Garden at WEI

Indigenous Garden at WEI
One of WEI's Heritage Gardens, this is tended by a native American group who are growing corn, tobacco, squash and other traditional crops. (view small | med | large | orig)

The Respect Garden sign at Little Earth

The Respect Garden sign at Little Earth
One of the kids designed this sign for the Farm Along the Wall on Earth Day, 2010. (view small | med | large | orig)

Plants in the Greenhouse

Plants in the Greenhouse
Multiple layers of plantings in the greenhouse maximize the use of space to grow MORE healthy food!! (view small | med | large | orig)

Intern Sara S at Mill City Market

Intern Sara S at Mill City Market
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Compost Workshop at WEI's Amador Hill Campus

Compost Workshop at WEI's Amador Hill Campus
Dr. Pat Farrell of the University of MN, Duluth, has her hands full...of compost! Students were happy to learn how to make dirt at WEI's Organic Farm School Field Day. (view small | med | large | orig)

Planting Crew at Amador Hill

Planting Crew at Amador Hill
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Compost Bin High Five

Compost Bin High Five
A great crew of Americorps Interns descended on the Farm Along the Wall to help Little Earth residents and volunteers make pallets into compost bins. Soon we'll be "spinning straw into gold" -- or at least into really good soil, which is as close to gold as a farmer can get! (view small | med | large | orig)

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Project Leader

Anika Walz

North Branch, MN United States

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