There’s always something new to learn about food! Mississippi Market’s education program offers a variety of classes (PDF), tours and lectures about natural foods, co-ops and environmental sustainability. Our class instructors are highly educated, talented, and engaging teachers who are eager to share their knowledge about cooking, food preserving, nutrition, gardening, and everything in between! To learn more, read our teacher bios.
In addition to in-store programming, Mississippi Market provides outreach and education services in the community. Mississippi Market and other area co-ops founded Midwest Food Connection, a non-profit organization that empowers elementary school children to make healthy and responsible food choices. Contact Midwest Food Connection to find out about bringing a lesson to your child’s school!
Interested in teaching a class for Mississippi Market? Just fill out our class proposal form. Please note that Mississippi Market classes are largely demonstration-style, not participatory classes, except where noted otherwise.
Interested in taking a tour of our stores? We offer tours for schools, places of worship and other community organizations for free! Topics include: healthy eating for kids, being a conscious consumer, “green” building features of our stores and shopping on a budget.
Need a speaker for an event? We’re happy to send one of our experts to talk about natural foods topics, being a conscious consumer, eating locally, or shopping on a budget.