CommonGround Nebraska is a grassroots program that connects farm women with consumers to share information about modern food production. The program is run by the Nebraska Soybean Board, and is part of a larger national initiative called CommonGround. CommonGround Nebraska is a group of farm women who volunteer their time to educate consumers about modern farming practices and the safety and nutritional value of agricultural products.
The goal of CommonGround Nebraska is to bridge the gap between farmers and consumers by providing accurate and reliable information about food production and safety. The volunteers who participate in the program are active farmers who are passionate about sharing their knowledge and experiences with others.
The volunteers participate in a variety of activities to share information about modern farming practices, such as: presenting at schools, fairs and festivals, hosting farm tours, and participating in social media and other online platforms.
CommonGround Nebraska also provides resources such as brochures, videos, and FAQs on their website to help educate consumers about food production and safety.
CommonGround Nebraska is a non-profit and non-partisan organization that works to increase transparency and trust in the food production system. They believe that by connecting consumers with farmers, they can help to build a stronger and more sustainable food system for everyone.