Asset Inventory Tool - Urban Agriculture - North Minneapolis

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Urban Food Systems Asset Inventory

Organization/Member of Coalition Name:

As we work to build a local food system in North Minneapolis, we hope to engage the full assets of our community partners. Please let us know, by filling out the following asset inventory, how your organizations assets can best be engaged to help us reach the long term goal of a healthy and cooperatively wealthy community, transformed by co-creation of a local food system that co-produces health and wealth.We are asking that you both fill in resources and needs, so the table below provides space for that.AssetsI can offer, or we have in placeI need or would like to developDetails

Land for urban farming

Water access for urban farming

Farmers actively engaged and committed to growing food in North Minneapolis

Seeds

Starts

Tools

Elders who can provide mentoring and supervision

AssetsI can offer, or we have in placeI need or would like to developDetails (tell me more)

Youth to engage in growing food

Entrepreneur training to support sales

Farming and Ecological Knowledge to teach growers

Space for community meetings

Money to provide subsidies or stipends for participants in our local food system

Engagement of community residents in local food systems work

Connection to funders for local food systems work

Connection to policy makers for local food systems work

AssetsI can offer, or we have in placeI need or would like to developDetails

Food Preparation and Processing Knowledge

Commercial Kitchen and Processing Space

Healthy Cooking and Nutrition Knowledge

Strategic Planning

Meeting facilitation

Project Management Consultation

Grant Writing

Business Plan Assistance

Program Evaluation: Planning/Training

Other

Any other feedback you would like to give us about the effective organization of all assets in North Minneapolis as we work to organize a comprehensive, locally controlled, local food system? (Flip over)

North Minneapolis Local Food System Asset Inventory. Developed by Sam Grant and Sarah Poquette, AfroEco, February 2014.Page 4

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