We work with Omaha-area residents, volunteers, and interns to grow vegetables, flowers, and herbs using environmentally responsible and sustainable gardening techniques in our community gardens and urban farm.
We develop and conduct educational programs that teach all age groups from toddlers to adults how to garden, cook, preserve, and more.
We work with the community to build local food systems, improve community health, empower neighborhoods, and strengthen economic viability and sustainability.
We provide a comfortable setting where people of diverse ages and backgrounds can learn and grow together.
We are a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charity directed by a volunteer board.
We are members of The Nonprofit Association of the Midlands and our staff serves on The Share Our Table Board through United Way of the Midlands, The Omaha Bryan High School Urban Agricultural Academy Advisory Board, The Creighton University Engaged Learning Committee and The Horticulture Land Systems Management Advisory Board. We are also partnered with and a service site of The Cortina Community at Creighton University
To use urban agriculture as a platform to develop equitable food systems,
provide educational opportunities, and build community.
Increase the availability of fresh and locally grown produce in our community
Local Produce Programs & Involvement
Provide employment opportunities
Educate the community about gardening and sustainability
Build community through gardening