• 7 a.m.-9 a.m.: Breakfast
• 9 a.m–10 a.m.: Lobby training at the church, after which we will walk over to the Capitol to meet with lawmakers.
The 13th annual Land Stewardship Project Family Farm Breakfast and Day at the Capitol is open to the public. The cost is $10 and payable at the door. The meal will be cooked by Birchwood Café’s executive chef, Marshall Paulsen.
To volunteer to help with food preparation, registration or cleaning up, contact LSP’s Emily Minge at 612-722-6377 or via e-mail. Additionally, If you are interested in advertising in this year’s breakfast program, contact Emily.
As in the past, “The Best Breakfast in Town” will feature food grown on the farms of LSP members. Over the years, this event has evolved into an excellent opportunity for citizens and legislators to come together over delicious locally produced food to discuss LSP’s legislative priorities. We look forward to seeing you there!