RegeNErate North Omaha

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Institute for the Culinary Arts

5300 N. 30th St

Metro Community College Ft. Omaha Campus

Omaha, NE 68111

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FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Please join us as we bring local and national leaders together to discuss the future of Nebraska food production.

We will discuss numerous topics ranging from transitioning from conventional, degenerative agriculture to a regenerative model that increases access to nutritious, locally produced food, to our plans to developing food pipelines that connect urban and rural communities. A free supper, prepared with regenerative, locally produced food will be served.

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1:30-2pm - Opening Music by Wakanda
2:15pm - Urban Food Forests by Omaha Permaculture’s Graham Herbst
2:55pm - Refugee Farming by Christine Ross of Refugee Women’s Organization of Nebraska
3:40pm - Omaha Urban Farming Panel with Big Muddy, Big Garden, City Sprouts South, plus Aquaponics with Whispering Roots
4:30pm - Teaming Up with Local Food Coops to Develop Food Pipelines with Lone Tree Foods & Nebraska Food Coop
5:10pm - Using SNAP Creatively to Increase Access for Local, RegeNErative Food with Alliance For A Better Omaha’s Craig Howell
6:05pm - Regeneration Intl’s Ronnie Cummins on the 4per1000 Soil Initiative
6:15pm - FREE Local, RegeNErative Dinner Prepared in African American Tradition & Catered by The Institute for the Culinary Arts

Moderated by Tena Hahn Rodriguez of Inclusive Communities & Social Justice Advocate Anthony Rogers-Wright

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Institute for the Culinary Arts

5300 N. 30th St

Metro Community College Ft. Omaha Campus

Omaha, NE 68111

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