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Summertime Staples

Whether you are firing up the grill or getting picnic ready, there are plenty of good food from local Community Foods.

2020 Virtual CSA Fair

Our 19th Annual Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fair is going virtual! Beginning Monday, April 20, we will feature over 20 local farms that provide our community with amazing food throughout the growing season. We will be featuring a variety of different CSAs, including vegetables and fruit, meat, cheese, bread, mushrooms, and even seafood. Some farms

Opioid overdose prevention – Narcan Training with Valhalla Place

December 16, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Valhalla Place is a premier provider of addiction and mental health services in the Twin Cities. In this class presented by Stephanie Devich and Seward Co-op you will learn about local opioid trends, high risks of overdose, signs of sedation versus overdose, and how to administer the lifesaving drug Narcan in an opioid overdose situation.…  Read More

Franklin In-store Music- Laura MacKenzie

October 20, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Having learned from many tradition bearers on both sides of the Atlantic, Laura MacKenzie performs music from Celtic traditions on an array of wind-powered instruments, including wooden flutes, various whistles, concertina, gemshorn, solo voice, and several quiet, indoor varieties of bagpipes. Seward Co-op Franklin store dining area

Annual Owner Meeting

RSVP Today for the Annual Owner Meeting  Seward Co-op’s Annual Co-op Owner Meeting Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the Annual Co-op Owner Meeting as we recognize and understand the vital role of Hmong American farmers and Hmong culture in our local food system. Share a meal full of Hmong flavors designed by Chef

Festive Fermented Beverages

November 1, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Learn how to ferment delicious fizzy beverages at home! This workshop focuses on learning the basics of making live, fermented beverages at home. We will learn about why it’s good for the body, what happens in fermentation, and how to do it. By capturing and propagating the “Ginger Bug,” participants will be able to make…  Read More

Past SEED Recipients

2020 August Sabathani Community Center July Hmong American Farmers Association June Hope Community Inc. (26,748 customers donated $13,516) May Isuroon (23,060 customers donated $11,562) April Mobile Outreach Outdoor Drop-In (MOODI) (10,314 customers donated $5,322) Seward Co-op Staff Solidarity Fund (11,908 customers donated $8,341) March St. Stephen’s Human Services (35,004 customers donated $16,741) February Better Futures…  Read More

SEED: Round Up for Soup For You

Soup for You, Seward Co-op’s March SEED grant recipient, provides free, healthy, organic meals to all members of our community. Round up at the registers at all Seward Co-op locations throughout March to support their work serving our neighbors. The nonprofit café is open Monday through Friday, 11 a.m.–1 p.m., at Bethany Lutheran Church, 2511…  Read More

Explore the Seward Winter Frolic

The Seward neighborhood will come alive with festivities this weekend. Join neighbors and friends for a celebration of local arts and businesses Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 1-2. There will be artists showing their work throughout Seward, businesses will have specials all day and live arts events will be going on all over the neighborhood. All…  Read More