About

The Mobile Famers Market, part of the emerging Native Food Network, is an innovative approach aiming to strengthen the regional American Indian food economy by enhancing the area’s food distribution network.  A fuel-efficient cargo van will allow transportation of product across the region, as well as providing support to start farmers markets in interested Tribal communities.

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Mobile Farmers Market Van

Primary project staff are

Dan Cornelius, General Manager

dan@indianaglink.com or (608)280-1267

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Paul DeMain, Special Project Coordinator

pdemain@IndianAgLink.com

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Kristin Klingman

kklingman@IndianAgLink.com

6 thoughts on “About

  1. Very excited to discover this! I was part of an Indigenous Foods Coalition (through IHS) to collectively work on re-invigorating this important part of the culture. We may have accomplished a bit, but this mobile van – what a splendid and creative approach! Travel safely 🙂

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  3. Hi there!

    I am the market manager for the Four Sisters Farmers Market in South Minnepolis that just launched our season. We are devoted to bringing fresh produce to a predominately American Indian community. Would like to connect with y’all about coming out to our market possibly. The markets regular hours are Sundays 11am-3pm til October 4th.

    Looking forward to hearing from you!

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