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Roots For The Home Team: Bringing Healthful Food To The BallparkThreeSixty Journalism students Samantha HoangLong and Amari Graham talk with executive director Sue Moores and participant Tony about how young people are growing vegetables, turning them into salads and selling them at Twins games during gardening season.
Roots For The Home TeamThis is a student journalism project.
The Good Acre: ConnectingLocal Farmers And Food EntrepreneursThreeSixty Journalism students Katelyn Vue and Zahra Mustafa talk with Anna Richardson of The Good Acre about how the nonprofit’s commercial kitchen helps food makers like Joe Silberschmidt of You Betcha Kimchi connect with famers and the community through good food.
Gandhi Mahal Interfaith Garden: Bringing Healthy, Affordable Food To South MinneapolisThreeSixty Journalism students Kayla Song and Genesis Buckhalton talk with garden coordinator Claire Baglien about this unique collaboration between a restaurant, a nonprofit and a local church ministry.
Ordinance Looks To Curb Sales Of Menthol Tobacco In MinneapolisThreeSixty Journalism students Talia Bradley and Erianna Jiles talk with Gene Nichols of the African American Leadership Forum at NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center in North Minneapolis following a news conference.
Noon Weather ReportWe'll have a beautiful Monday with plenty of sun and a high near 80, Matt Brickman reports (3:19). WCCO 4 News at Noon - July 24, 2017