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Campus Kitchen

The Campus Kitchen at Augsburg University works to make healthy food accessible to all in and around the Cedar Riverside Neighborhood to provide for basic needs, service learning, leadership development, and genuine engagement between the University and the community. We have four components that all work to make learning happen though connections with food and the community:

Food to Share: 2,000 meals served each month by volunteers and service learners to youth programs, homeless shelters, seniors, and community centers. Most of the meals are created from the surplus food from A’viands Augsburg Dining, some is prepared from scratch in our Campus Cooking Classes.

Food to Grow: Our community garden providing over 80 spaces for organizations and people from the neighborhood and campus to grow their own food and for the meal program

Food to Know: Educational programming for college students, neighborhood youth, and others to make the connection between food, health, and the environment by developing cooking and gardening skills

Engagement looks different depending on the program. Follow the link to learn more about the free mealscommunity garden, and cooking and gardening classes.

Campus Kitchen Website