Northside Safety NET
Northside Safety NET has welcomed eight new interns and welcomed back five interns from the original cohort for this year of programming. Learn more about our interns and consider supporting them as they learn about environmental justice in their community.
Northside Safety NET interns share what being a Black history maker means to them.
Our Northside Safety NET partners share their experience with the first year of the program and what they are looking forward to in the coming year.
Northside Safety NET, a holistic investment in the educational journey of nine students living in North Minneapolis, is wrapping up its first year of programming.
Youth in the Northside Safety NET program, University of Minnesota architecture students and professionals, and Northside residents worked together to infuse the community's values and experiences into thoughtful architecture and urban design.
Executive director Mike Harley writes about interdependence and the transformative experiences that await each of us when we say "yes" to new relationships.
Northside Safety NET intern Paris Beasley visited Gravel Bed Nursery this summer to learn all about trees, from how they survive in gravel to how they can die by Dutch Elm Disease.
Northside Safety NET intern Evette Eaton helped create a community garden with Celestial Gardens this summer.
Intern Micah Beasley pet bees and pulled weeds this summer with Metro Blooms as part of the Northside Safety NET program.
Northside Safety NET intern Lillina Hood learned how to prune trees at a summer workshop at Camden Pond.