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By: Andrew Zimmern | Posted: 11/04/2013
Birchwood Café is doing a Kickstarter campaign. Hot on the heels of the Travail's success with the online funding platform, Birchwood has decided to do one of its own.
I would encourage you to get involved and contribute what you can. Why? Everyone always asks me what the best way is to change the world. In a sense, I have no clue. But I do know how to change my community—by growing stuff around me.
Thinking globally but acting locally is the best way to make a difference. And simple acts are often the most meaningful. That’s why supporting Birchwood on the occasion of its 18th anniversary makes so much sense. It not only helps our neighborhoods and our city, but it inspires and instructs other communities as well. The secret to changing our world for the better is to support our heroes in every way we can. Tracy Singleton and the team at Birchwood are some of mine.
Andrew Zimmern is a columnist for Mpls.St.Paul Magazine and the host of Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern.See bio
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