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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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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Community Crops is incredibly grateful for the fantastic support we receive from United Way for both our youth and community gardens. Please do your part and give today! ...

Last year, there were over 20,000 people who contributed to the United Way/Community Health Charities campaign. Join the large number of those who are making a real difference in our community. Donate today at

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Take a look at the colorful produce available for the Community Crops Winter CSA! All this and more can be yours for 7 weeks for just $225 or $275, depending on share size. ...

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Come out and play on a beautiful Sunday! Stop by and visit our Peter Pan community gardeners, and pick up some delicious Veggie Van produce! ...

Streets Alive! 2016

September 25, 2016, 1:00pm - September 25, 2016, 5:00pm

Streets Alive! is FREE outdoor movement festival that celebrates active living and good nutrition. A 2 mile route traffic-free route offers free health resources, music, dance, and join-in sports and fitness fun. The route features parks, walking trails, community gardens, local businesses, and areas of neighborhood interest. Visitors can find tasty and healthy food at our food court with fresh produce and local food trucks. Family, pet, and wheelchair friendly.

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