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Minneapolis City Council Aides Visit Cuba to Learn About Composting

January 27, 2015

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Minneapolis City Council Aides Visit Cuba to Learn About Composting

StarTribune.com

Two Minneapolis City Council aides were part of a Twin Cities group that recently spent more than a week in Cuba, visiting co-ops and compost sites and picking up information on urban agriculture.

Robin Garwood, a policy aide for Council Member Cam Gordon and Ben Somogyi, policy aide for Council Member Lisa Bender, said the trip offered a chance to get a new perspective on agriculture efforts championed by both council members. The two joined 10 other people, several of them with Stone’s Throw Urban farm, on the “food sovereignty” trip organized by think tank Food First.

The nine-day trip included visits to urban farms in and outside of Cuba’s capital of Havana.

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