Food. Health. Community.
The Twin Cities Corporate Giving Garden Network is a group of 17 (and growing!) companies that grow fresh produce on their corporate campuses to support access to healthy food for hungry Minnesotans.
The Twin Cities Corporate Giving Garden Network hosts two Garden Summits a year. Members and companies that are interested in starting their own giving garden meet and share best practices.
Join the movement - Make a difference; grow a corporate giving garden!
If you are a corporate giving garden leader or are interested in starting a corporate giving garden in 2014, e-mail Susan Schuster at email@example.com to be added to our invitee list for the 2014 Fall Garden Summit, hosted by the Cummins Power Generation, September 10, 9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Location details will be sent to those on the RSVP list the week of the event.
A question came through to me this morning asking about raised beds or pots for a corporate giving garden. This is a great way to grow fresh produce without the commitment of digging up the ground,…Continue
I'm really happy to see that we all have a way to connect here and excited to be part of what appears to be a great group of leaders.My name is Becky Sandberg. I am Target Corporation's Garden Club…Continue
Does anyone know of a corporation that is looking to garden but having difficulty getting one started on their campus?Wilder Community Center for Aging, located at 650 Marshall Ave, Saint Paul MN…Continue
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