Let's Eat Soup Together!

The Local Foods-Local Places: Stone Soup Project (Stone Soup) is an innovative grant partnership where four organizations synergize efforts to address food insecurity and mental wellness of residents in low-income Duluth neighborhoods.

The Stone Soup Night’s aim is to encourage social connectedness by providing take home soup kits to make an affordable, nutritious soup, safely at home with family or friends.

Make-at-Home Stone Soup Kit Pickup on May 5, 2021

Have a Top Chef moment with our Make-at-Home Stone Soup kits! We’ve assembled a fun and delicious soup recipe for you and your family to make at home. It’s so easy and convenient to prepare! Follow the recipe card or go completely off-grid with your own creative ideas!
Soup kits, which include ingredients and recipes, are $10 or free to those who show an EBT card.
You can pre-order your Stone Soup Kits online or for those without internet access, you can place your order over the phone at (218) 726-1665. Pick up your orders on Wednesday, May 5th from 4-6pm at the Good Fellowship Community Center at 1242 88th Ave W, Duluth, MN 55808.
The CAD Mobile Market will also be stocked with fresh produce, pantry staples, dairy, canned goods, and other food items. Food items are for sale and we offer UP TO $15 DISCOUNT FOR SNAP/EBT CUSTOMERS AND HAVE FREE FRUITS AND VEGGIES FOR CHILDREN UNDER 18.
Mobile Market accepts cash, credit, debit, and EBT.
Make your delicious soup at home and be sure to tag us @ecolibrium3, #ecolibrium3, #makingsouptogether!
Stone Soup is in partnership with Ecolibrium3, Community Action Duluth, Duluth Community Garden Program, and the Duluth Children’s Museum.

Stone Soup Partners

Each organization participated as Steering Committee members in a half-year planning process with the EPA Local Foods Local Places program (assisted by HUD, SBA, USDA) to develop an action plan for Lincoln Park. This planning effort has informed Stone Soup project approaches and the establishment of strong partnerships that allow for an expansion of impact to other low-income Duluth neighborhoods, and a major co-benefit of using project elements to connect residents to each other and mental health resources during COVID-19.

Duluth Community Garden Program

Duluth Children’s Museum

Community Action Duluth