Minneapolis nonprofit Appetite for Change promotes healthy eating with music

Savion Barnett and Chevy Partee
Savion Barnett, left, and Chevy Partee cultivated tomatoes at an urban farm site in north Minneapolis Tuesday, August 4, 2015. The farm is managed by Appetite For Change, a north side nonprofit that teaches young people about food.
Jared Hemming | MPR News

Appetite For Change, a north Minneapolis nonprofit that uses growing food as a community development tool for area young people, just launched an album with songs like “Trap or Grow” and “Grow Food” that promote healthy lifestyles.

Appetite For Change Urban Youth
"Trap or Grow" is the first single and music video from Appetite For Change Urban Youth's first album, Trap or Grow.


LaTaijah Powell is a youth mentor at Appetite for Change.

Aaliyah Demry is a youth leader at Appetite for Change.

Audio from this program will be available Thursday afternoon.

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