As a community blessed with so much history, Northeast Minneapolis has a natural understanding of its place in time. Its legacy will be measured by its footprint on the environment. This perspective is reflected across the homes, shops and public spaces of Northeast Minneapolis. Here you can create and enjoy a lifestyle sustainable for generations.

Eastside Food Co-op
2551 Central Avenue NE
Minneapolis, MN  55418
(612) 788-0950

1815 Fillmore Street NE
Minneapolis, MN  55418
(612) 781-3575

Northeast Farmers Market
Located during the spring through fall months in the parking lot of St. Boniface Church
629 NE 2nd Street
Minneapolis 55413
Saturdays 9:00am – 1:00pm
June – October
(763) 788-0975

Audubon Farmers Market
2654 Johnson St NE
Minneapolis 55418
Thursdays 4:00pm – 7:00pm
June 17 – September 30
(763) 767-6460

Village Farmers Market
St. Anthony Community Center
3rd Sunday's thru May 15th. 11-3pm

1700 Second Street NE
Minneapolis, MN  55418
(612) 781-6011

Recycle used or purchase new games,
athletic equipment, toys, select furniture,
craft materials, school supplies, for use
by the programs.

Plastics Recycling at Eastside Food Co-op
Rinse, sort, save and bring your plastics to Eastside Food Co-op!
Thursdays 3:00pm – 7:00 pm
Saturdays 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

#1 – separate clear from color
#2 – separate natural from color
#3 #4 #5 #6 #7
No Foam
NO prescription bottles
In the parking lot at

The Raptor Center

Recycling for Raptors is a program of the non-profit Raptor Center of the University of Minnesota in St. Paul.

Eastside Food Co-op is pleased to provide a drop-off for inkjet cartridges in support of The Raptor Center. One drop-off box will be located in the vestibule at the entrance of the store. The other will be available at the plastics recycling shed during its operating hours, Thursdays from 3-7 pm and Saturdays from 10 am-2 pm. For information on specific inkjet cartridges that can be recycled, please visit the Qualified Inkjet Cartridges page at

The project offers these benefits:
*conserves our natural resources through recycling;
*raises needed funds for The Raptor Center, whose mission is to ensure the health of raptors and the world we share;
*offers satisfaction to participants;
*offers participants a way to help The Raptor Center without using their own financial resources.

During 2010, the project recycled over 100,000 cartridges!

About Inkjet Cartridge recycling:
*nearly one million cartridges are disposed of each day in the U.S.;
*only 30% of cartridges are recycled;
*it can take as long as 450 years for a cartridge to decompose in a landfill;
*Recycling for Raptors is run wholly by volunteers.

About The Raptor Center:
*Established in 1974, the Raptor Center treats 700 sick and injured raptors annually;
*Ambassador birds teach visitors about raptors and the conditions in which they live;
*Raptors of Minnesota is a program that teaches about local raptors;
*Group tours are available at The Raptor Center;
*The Raptor Center features a raptor gift shop;
*Volunteer opportunities are available;
*The public is invited to Raptor Releases and other special events, including outreach programs, Hatchday parties, and Scouting programs;
*There is an "Adopt A Raptor" program available for financial contributions.

For more information, visit or call 612-624-4745

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