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Come learn how to make some of your favorite garden plants into medicine! We will discuss the medicinal benefits of the plants we are using and how to properly make them into an oil and salve. The workshop is free and for $5 you can bring home a 2oz tin of the medicine we will be making. Can't wait to see you there! Contact Lizzy Simpson for questions or details. ... See MoreSee Less

Herbal Salve Making Workshop

August 5, 2017, 4:00pm - August 5, 2017, 5:00pm

Come learn how to make some of your favorite garden plants into medicine! We will discuss the medicinal benefits of the plants we are using and how to properly make them into an oil and salve. The wor...

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Land Sharers

While each individual donation may seem modest, when you consider the land collectively, you begin to recognize the potential of this project.  When folks put their resource to use for the greater good, magic happens. We are so proud of the pioneers who dared to offer up their land to complete strangers and we thank them for their generosity. Land sharers, collectively, have donated nearly 2 acres of land for food production! Your donation, along with committed and dedicated people have improved our community, made educational opportunities available and improved urban food security. Our belief is this… if enough people share enough land and enough neighbors come together to grow and share food, we can  fundamentally change the way in which our community gets and engages with its food and its neighbors.


Land and Water sharer, Koto Koshida

MEET THE LAND SHARERS!                                                                                                                            

Koto Koshida- Whiskerton Garden, NE Simpson and 57th, 2,800 sq. ft.

Angela Goldsmith- Fargo Forest Garden, corner of Fargo and Williams, 2,400 sq. ft. and Wildwood View Gardens, a homestead on the peninsula.

JoElla Turner- Turner Garden, NE Rodney, just North of Rosa Parks, 4,921 sq. ft.

Dan Hatfield- Grand Dekum Garden, corner of Grand and Dekum, 4,500 sq. ft.

Jay Kobak- Bird House Garden, NE 10th, just South of Mason, 1,000 sq. ft.

OSALT- Our garden, NE Garfield and just North of Failing, 5,000 sq. ft. AND Greeley Forest Garden, on N. Greeley and Interstate, 26,190 sq. ft.

St. Andrews Church- Common Bond Garden, NE 8th, just South of Alberta, 4,000 sq. ft.

Latricia Tillman- Chicken Wing Garden, NE 9th and just North of Alberta, 2,500 sq. ft.

Emily Hill- Alberta Garden, 6035 NE Alberta, 5,000 sq. ft.

Marcia Danab- Kakuko garden, 5715 NE 48th Ave, 5,000 sq. ft

Melinda Brown- Going Rouge garden, 4510 NE Going St.- 4,000 sq. ft.

If you have land that is a minimum of  1,500 square feet with at least seven hours of sun exposure per day with access to water and you share our mission, contact us today to learn more about how we can work together to transform your land into a productive neighborhood food garden!