Community Food Justice Council
Community Food Justice Council is in partnership with the Environmental Justice Association of Minnesota (EJAM) to organize and develop grower collectives.
Support WEI’s work with urban farmers that WEI is working with to develop, share and reclaim knowledge, skills and information traditional food crops that are culturally specific for the Indigenous American Indian, Latino, Hmong, African American and African immigrant people who are becoming active participants in this project. This unique cross-cultural, cross-neighborhood local food project that is funded in part by the MN Department of Agriculture and the United States Department of Agriculture. WEI has partnered with Environmental Justice Advocates of Minnesota (EJAM) to fulfill the mission and responsibilities of this project.
Watch these videos on the Community Food Justic Council: