Our History: Past Forward

Urban Patch’s Stone Soup Kitchen provides workshops to teach people in the inner city to prepare and preserve their own food.  The project is a legacy to the work of the Urban Patch’s founders’ patriarch, Albert A. Moore, Agricultural Director for the Flanner House during the 1940’s.  In the photo below, Mr. Moore demonstrates techniques for preserving food.  Image courtesy of the Indiana Historical Society, circa August, 1948.


Indianpolis Recorder article featuring the cannery and Albert Moore, circa 1947.


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