Local Media Coverage

This is one of several tomato plants that have been spread throughout downtown Fargo by a mystery gardener. It sits south of Main Avenue on Eighth Street South.
Although no one from the community has come forth as the "Tomato Bomber" F/M Food Not Lawns has been getting a bit of free press because of how well the story fits with our group.

For more information on the tomatoes please watch the video and read the article.  To locate the tomatoes yourself (as well as other free foods you can forage) please visit our Forage Fargo/Moorhead map.


The Fargo Forum recently ran an article detailing the rich history one of our group's founding members has with agriculture.  She has done more for our community than you could ever imagine and even though this article sings her praises there could be a thousand more written
just like this and we'd still never be able capture it all.  The F/M community is very, very lucky to have her. 

"Near the newly sprouted carrot tops, Jamie Holding Eagle, a volunteer in the garden, weeds her area in a gray skirt, tank top and combat boots. An unlikely gardener just three years ago, a deeper look into her family history for a project at Minnesota State University Moorhead revealed Holding Eagle was a descendent of Scattered Corn, a skilled female horticulturalist and corn priestess for the Mandan tribe in the early 1900s." (Read the full article here.)