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Apples to Sustain our Community, Donations to Sustain our Organization

November 4, 2014

Last week on Monday, October 27th, The Minnesota Project planted over twenty apple trees at Oxbow Creek Elementary School in Brooklyn Park, MN. The new trees will produce fresh healthy snacks and learning opportunities for the students for years to come.

This site was previously unused space which has been transformed into a positive asset to the community, and is one of several projects that The Minnesota Project has coordinated and successfully completed this year.

We need your help to continue our projects! Save the date, Give to the Max Day is November 13. Click here to schedule a donation, and to see how your contribution is supporting our organization.


About The Minnesota Project

The Minnesota Project is a nonprofit organization championing the sustainable production and equitable distribution of energy and food in communities across Minnesota. To best address the multiple factors that define sustainability, the organization focuses on three areas – the development and efficient use of clean renewable energy, promotion of sustainable agriculture practices and production, and consumption of local, sustainably grown food. Founded more than 30 years ago, today the organization works toward establishing a sustainable Minnesota by 2039 through policy research, education and outreach, as well as developing key ground-up, grassroots initiatives targeted at empowering communities and their leaders.

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