Client Stories

Urban Oasis

Urban Oasis Executive Director Tracy Sides has tapped into East Saint Paul’s deep cultural food traditions to bring people together. Using food from local farmers, Urban Oasis teaches families how to turn locally grown food into healthy seasonal meals. The organization is making an impact – after the classes, families are making meals at home up to three more times each week.

Through its pro bono program, Lindquist helped Urban Oasis navigate the legal process to become a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Now tax-deductible donations help fund the program that uses food to build a happier, healthier community.

Learn more about the Urban Oasis mission at

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