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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1 week ago

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Some of our community gardens participated in the #Soilmyundies challenge. Here are the results! We are proud of the biological activity that we encourage at our community garden sites all over Lincoln. ...

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2 weeks ago

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English - عربي

To the Yazidi community who are living in Lincoln, NE, and have an interest and previous experience in Farming and gardening: you have an opportunity to learn about farming in the US and rent a piece of farmland next year, through a project by Community Crops to support the Yazidi community.
A presentation will be held by Community Crops with the presence of the Kurmanji interpreter to explain the project.
The date and time:
Saturday 11:00 am to 1:00 pm .
The address: Community Action 210 O St
Lincoln, NE .68502

الى الجالية الايزيدية في مدينة لنكولن- نبراسكا، اذا كان لديك اهتمام او خبرة سابقة في مجال الزراعة، أمامك فرصة للحصول على قطعة ارض من اجل زراعتها في السنة القادمة وذلك من خلال مبادرة منظمة Community Crops, التي أطلقت مشروع دعم للمزارعين.
سيتم عقد جلسة وتقديم سيمنار من قبل منظمة Community Crops المتخصصة في مجال الزراعة مع وجود مترجم للغة الكورمانجية حسب المعلومات الآتية:

التاريخ والتوقيت : يوم السبت , 3/11/2018 الساعة11:00 am إلى 1:00 pm .
العنوان: Community Action
210 O St
Lincoln, NE 68502
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2 weeks ago

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Thank you to everyone who helped us with the first stage of our garden move! It's a lot of work, and we are really excited about the new garden space. We really appreciate everyone's dedication! First Presbyterian Church Lincoln Nebraska Jacob's Well
If you'd like to lend a hand to this project, email volunteers@communitycrops.org to get connected.
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4 weeks ago

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One of the compost piles at our Mustard Seed community garden is layered and ready to break down over the winter months! #compost #communitygarden #biodiveristy #organic #organicgardening #fungi #bacteria #invertebrates #composting ...

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1 month ago

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We are so thankful to MiddleCross Church for helping us with cleanup at the Mustard Seed community garden. Many hands make light work, and we are immensely grateful for your partnership! ...

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2 months ago

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The Community Crops Veggie Van is open for business at 2301 O St from 2-5 PM. Fall is here but summer veggies still abound. Come get your fill of produce from both seasons! ...

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2 months ago

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We had an amazing compost class at our Oak Lake community garden! Three Master Gardeners taught community members how to build the best compost piles to get the best compost quickly.

Thank you to Oak Lake Evangelical Free Church for hosting. Find out more about the Master Gardeners here: www.facebook.com/NebraskaMasterGardeners/
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2 months ago

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Dandelion Root "Coffee" Class. October 9th 6-8PM

Dandelion coffee is a caffeine-free, instant coffee-like blend. It’s actually tea made out of roasted dandelion root, which tastes and looks like coffee.

Dandelion root coffee is currently being researched for its medicinal benefits. It has been studied for its effects on cancer, liver function, cardiovascular health and blood glucose regulation.

Come learn how to make this healthy alternative to your morning coffee routine!

register:https://communitycrops.z2systems.com/np/clients/communitycrops/eventRegistration.jsp?event=1863&
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2 months ago

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A huge THANK YOU to our gardeners, Salim, Elpidia, and Daw. At the 100th birthday celebration of "My Antonia", they read a translated passage from the novel in Arabic, Kurdish, Spanish, and Karen.

We really appreciate the Willa Cather Archive for letting us be a part of this amazing celebration. Thank you to everyone who attended this event and made it such a success!
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