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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If you're joining us for the early plant sale this afternoon, do not come to the Crops office. We are at our greenhouse location: 4200 S 1st Street (1st & Pioneers)! ...

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Thanks to Samantha Beal , Jessie Maynard and all the women of Willard that helped create a compost bin at 1st and L. They spent the semester collecting food scraps to help Lincoln gardeners grow their own food. We are lucky to have such inspiring women in our community! ...

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Don't let the chilly nights discourage your gardening fever. These cool weather friends thrive in the spring garden. Pick some up at our Early Plant Sale on Friday, April 28th from 4:00 - 6:30 PM at our greenhouse at Root + Hive (4200 S 1st St) Kale, Broccoli, Lettuce, Spinach, Beets, Chard, Fennel, Brussels Sprouts, Oh my! Annual Plant Sale ...

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ICYMI Crops youth coordinator Nicole Detmer-Effle talking gardening and health at Lincoln Earth Day! ...

Community Crops has a #HealthyEarth #HealthyYou tip to share! Lincoln Earth Day

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Thanks Keep Lincoln and Lancaster County Beautiful!

Household Hazardous Waste Event: April 29, 2017, 9am-1pm Wal-mart 87th & HWY 2!!
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Don't be fooled by these warm spring days, it's still too early to plant summer faves like tomatoes and peppers! Don't worry, we've got you covered with our EARLY PLANT SALE! This Friday, April 28th from 4:00-6:30pm drop-in to our greenhouse (4200 S 1st st.) for an awesome selection of cool season varieties, like beets, spinach, chard, broccoli and many more! Grown locally with all proceeds supporting Crops programs! ...

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This is happening now!! Students, staff and volunteers at Dawes Middle School are preparing raised garden beds with compost from Big Red Worms! The waste from the Dawes cafeteria becomes food for the Worms who give us this beautiful compost!!

Local food systems, partnership and community in action!
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