Seeds of Growth – Tasting 3 (4:00-6:00)
Join us for our inaugural Seeds of Growth event!
When: April 15th from 4:00-6:00
Where: The Good Acre
What: A fundraiser and four-part tasting and beverage pairing by Chowgirls Catering featuring the small food businesses that call The Good Acre their home, followed by a live interview hosted by Chef Jamal Hashi with Erin Sharkey, author and editor of A Darker Wilderness: Black Nature Writing From Soil to Stars. Enjoy a discussion with Erin on her book and the Black connection to farming and nature.
With live illustration by Lucy Comer, tours, and the option to bring home featured maker items, this event is sure to be both delicious and fulfilling. You can add a donation to your ticket purchase at checkout or participate in our interactive donation station during the event! Join us today by purchasing your ticket!
About Erin Sharkey:
Erin Sharkey is a writer, arts and abolition organizer, cultural worker, and film producer based in Minneapolis. She is the cofounder, with Junauda Petrus, of an experimental arts collective called Free Black Dirt and is the producer of film projects including Sweetness of Wild, an episodic web film project, and Small Business Revolution (Hulu), which explored challenges and opportunities for Black-owned businesses in the Twin Cities in the summer of 2021.
About Chef Jamal Hashi:
Chef Hashi is a successful entrepreneur having opened 13 restaurants in Minnesota and New York and owner of Joia Consulting in Minneapolis. His story about launching camel-on-a-stick at the MN State Fair is featured in season two of “Little America.”
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