Youth Program applications are now open!
We offer programs at our farm for Native American youth ages 8-18 covering gardening, nutrition, physical activity, and Native culture and language. Applications are open until May 1st.
We'd love to hear from you! Find contact information for our Office and Farm, Mailing Address, Email, and more. Contact us for more information.
Our nonprofit relies on donations to further carry out our mission. Donate to help support healthy and traditional food access in the Twin Cities Native American community.
Learn more about or register for Dream of Wild Health's CSA, the Indigenous Food Share. Receive a weekly or bi-weekly box of fresh produce grown at our farm in Hugo, MN.
We grow seeds and leaders. We organize year-round programming for Native American youth ages 8 to 18 to promote Native youth leadership.
“DWH programs engage youth and community in the most essential cultural practices of feeding and learning how our foods are our first medicines. Please support this vital work that is both grounded in indigenous tradition and vibrantly contemporary and forward-thinking.” - Heid Erdrich
“I work / collaborate with DWH and their youth.The program is a gem and the work they're doing has high impact. Their leaders are passionate, their commitment deep and unwavering. It's an honor to work with them and I highly support strategies that can help them grow their work and influence.” - Sue Moores
“Dream of Wild Health is an amazing non-profit that serves the greater Minneapolis area. Their farm in Hugo, MN provides a large handful of youth an unforgettable experience to cook, garden, learn archery and become rooted in nature once again. I always come away from a visit at DWH with a greater sense of peace and solidarity.” - Zach Paige
“My daughter has attended both the Cora's Kids and Garden Warriors Programs at Dream of Wild Health for several years. The program and staff - from the van drivers to the director, have been excellent. The staff is knowledgeable and they are passionate about working with youth and the community. The programs teach about traditional American Indian ways and values, the land, healthy cooking and eating, plants and financial responsibilities. The youth are given additional opportunities to work in the community, whether it be selling garden wares at craft fairs, the farmers market or working with Roots for the Home Team at Twin's and Gopher's games. Youth also have opportunities to attend conferences, where they get experience presenting about topics that they have learned about on the farm. Dream of Wild Health is dedicated to youth development. Our family is thankful for the opportunities that have been given to our daughter through her involvement with Dream of Wild Health. Pilamaya, Pinagigi, Miigwetch!” - Anonymous