This project of NACDI aims to bring the community together to improve healthy food access and celebrate Indigenous heritage and culture. We strive to seed opportunities to engage with fresh and healthy food in various ways and heal land, bodies, and spirits.
The Four Sisters Urban Farm is centrally located in East Phillips and reclaims land and space in order to encourage growing foods and plant knowledge. We hope to signal to the community that the Indigenous Food Sovereignty approach is rebuilding our food systems.
The Four Sisters Farmers Market is an Indigenous-focused farmers market centered on providing increased access to affordable, healthy, culturally appropriate local foods within the American Indian Cultural Corridor.
Open Thursdays from 11 AM to 3 PM during the growing season.
Food Sovereignty Events
Mar 14, 2024 | 5:30–07:30pmFour Sisters Business Model Workshop – Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Urban Office, 1308 E Franklin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404Stephen Cahill, from the Mni Sota Fund will lead this workshop. We will talk about business models and how they relate to business plans, a look at the elements of a business planning, and a high-level introduction to a few of the financial ideas that help us to make better business decisions. Stephen is the […] Learn More
Mar 21, 2024 | 5:30–07:30pmFour Sisters Business Workshop: Finances for Small Businesses – Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Urban Office, 1308 E Franklin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404.Learn the basics of Generally Accepted Accounting Practices for small businesses from Financial Consultant, Toby Jones. Strengthen financial literacy and bookkeeping skills that aim to help early entrepreneurs separate business and personal expenses – a skill important in tax reporting. Toby Jones is an enrolled member of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin and has worked […] Learn More