DULUTH - Monday marked the beginning of a movement to provide students at UMD with a different kind of hamburger. They're serving up locally raised, grass-fed beef hamburgers at the school's Center Court Restaurant. It's all part of the Western Lake Superior Food Hub, which is a new pilot project connecting regional food producers and institutional food buyers pushing them to buy local. "Many of the components are that you have the opportunity to work with farmers and develop that trust relationship in regards to quality aspects,” meat producer Troy Salzer said. Officials say the project will give the local economy around $150,000 directly and up to $750,000 indirectly.