Social Justice has decided to continue our “plate sharing” with Omaha Permaculture for the month of September.
Omaha Permaculture creates community gardens while working on sustainable land management that:
- Reduces mowing maintenance and absorbs more storm water
- Reduces dumping
- Provides edible landscapes for people and wildlife
- Replants forests
- And builds park benches for the community to enjoy on Omaha’s most forgotten and blighted properties.
You can find out more about Omaha Permaculture at omahapermaculture.org
If you know of a worthy charitable organization that you would like to nominate for Share the Plate please complete the nomination form. Here is a fillable PDF form for Share the Plate.