April 2017 St. Louis Park Magazine

In the April issue find out how local artisans are using their hands to affect change in the community.

Ruedlinger Nursery part of “nursery and greenhouse row.”
Organic and sustainable foods aren’t just trending, they’re changing the way we eat and changing the way restaurants make menus.
The 11th Annual Minnesota Yarn Shop Hop raises money for local food shelves.
Local artisans use their hands to create and to affect change in the community.
The Witness Theater Project brings together Holocaust survivors and youth to make a better world.
Curtis Wilson, new executive director of SEEDS, wants people to know where their food comes from.
McChesney Landscape Design offers beautiful and affordable landscapes.
Peter Hobart Elementary music teacher Scyler Shearer leans into popular music as a way to teach the basics.
Get an early start on spring gardening with an indoor seed starter.
St. Louis Park has tips for sustainable lawn maintenance.
Let the library help you get your résumé in shape to kick-start your future.
A review of Alice Bowe’s High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening: 1001 Ways to Garden Sustainably.
Cardiff D. Hall’s book helps readers take control of the waves of life.