Dream of Wild Health's Weekly Farm Update: Produce List and Farm Markets.

Produce Available for week of Aug 20th:
Arugula, Beets, Green Beans, Broccoli, Carrots, Cucumbers, Kale, Jalapeno Peppers, Heirloom and Cherry Tomatoes, Tomatillos, Radishes, Butternut Squash, Apples, Herbs, and Flowers!

We are now able to accept EBT cards and WIC at all our markets.

For more info about our farm markets, call
Dream of Wild Health
at (651) 439-3840.

This week on the farm: August 20-24:

This past Friday marked the 150th anniversary of the U.S. Dakota War of 1862. This Tuesday the Indigenous Music and Movies in the Park Series will have music and a film to recognize this anniversary; the film is the Dakota 38 documentary and the music will feature a performance from the Mankato Symphony Orchestra.

Our Food and Produce Market Stand will have special hours, open from 4:30pm - 8pm, to allow for more time to purchase delicious traditional foods and fresh from the farm produce.

Dream of Wild Health is beginning to plan the next Feast to graduate the Garden Warriors before school starts. The second session has been wonderful and we're hoping to harvest apples and melons before our Garden Warriors are done. 

We've had record setting numbers at the market stands the past few weeks. We wish to thank all of you for supporting Dream of Wild Health. This week we hope to bring fall crops like butternut squash, melons, and apples to market. You'll have to visit to find out! 

Midtown Farmer's Market

Tuesday, August 21st,
3 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Located at intersection of 22nd Avenue and Lake Street, across from the Mpls YWCA 

Mobile Market

Friday, Aug 24th,
11:00 a.m. - 1 p.m.

American Indian
Family Center
579 Wells Street
St. Paul, MN  
* Open to Public *
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Dream of Wild Health is a 10-acre organic farm located in Hugo, Minn., that reconnects Native people with traditional foods and medicines. Through our summer programs, we teach urban Native youth about culture, traditional American Indian agriculture, and healthy lifeways.