Community Crops provides
education, advocacy and
experiences to grow local food.

Community Crops

Community Crops is a non-profit organization that empowers people to grow food through education, experiences and resources. Join us to grow your own at a community garden, local farm, or your own backyard!

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Join us to recreate this 1940s photo of a canning class! It's still a subject that we need to know more about, and Crops is offering a canning class on Tuesday with two of our resident canning experts. Join in at ...

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Take a look at this gorgeous basket of vegetables! Stop by today's Veggie Van and buy some for yourself. ...

I'm pretty sure we've got every color of the rainbow on display for this week's market. Come share in the beauty (and great taste) Thursday from 11-2p.m. Garlic, Acorn Squash, Sorrel, Radish Greens, Green Tomatoes, Delicata Squash, Jimmy Nardello Peppers, Pink Radishes, White Salad Turnips, Leeks, Mustard Greens, Butternut Squash, Heirloom Tomatoes, Pie Pumpkins, Asian Pears, Red/Yellow/Green Bell Peppers, Cucumbers and Purple Daikon Radishes.

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Aaron is super excited about the Crops Winter CSA and all the great squash you will get. Register now at ...

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Part of the charm of fermentation is that it always looks like it has a hint of mad science to it. Sign up for the Urban Homestead class tomorrow and learn the ins and outs of fermenting from kimchi to kombucha! ...

Here's a sneak peek at what Matt Pirog, our resident fermentation expert, has been preparing for the Fermentation Extravaganza! Join us tomorrow to taste test these mysteries and learn how to ferment a variety of products at home. Learn more and register at!

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Great event this fall celebrating trees! ...

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