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11 hours ago

2020 Board Candidate: Corey Rumann (Incumbent)

I have served on the Board of Directors for two years and learned a great deal but I feel like I’m just getting started. I still have a lot to contribute to the Open Harvest community and I am committed to being part of positive change. Relationships are an important part of my community involvement and I try to be involved in as many community and volunteer activities as possible primarily through my kids’ elementary school and various advocacy groups. I was one of three parents at Saratoga Elementary who started Community Cafés at the ... See more

13 hours ago

Check out these new Co+op Deals, good now through November 3:

1 day ago

Double deals day is TOMORROW: 2x the Co-op Deals, 2x the Fresh Deals, and 2x the Owner Deals — plan your grocery list accordingly 🙌🏼

2 days ago

We are excited to be included in the conversation on local food systems in Nebraska - presented by NIFA Housing - Register TODAY!

Tune in on Wednesday @ 10 am to learn about farms that produce locally sourced food and their efforts to promote healthy organic food in Nebraska!

Open Harvest Co-op Grocery, Lone Tree Foods, Robinette Farms


5 days ago

Co-ops stand for investing in the community, sourcing fair-trade products, dismantling systemic racism, supporting local farmers, health food for everyone, environmental conservation, and integrity and transparency in food.

Thank you for supporting cooperative businesses this month, and every month! When you shop our co-op deals through October 20th, you save on lots of great products created by co-ops!

#CoopMonth #Coops4Diversity #Coops4Equity #Coops4Inclusion


Together, One Lincoln

We are disappointed to share that the Center For Rural Affairs is unable to provide Implicit Bias Training for all members and staff of our coop at this time.

As pointed out by concerned Member Owners – the harm caused by our inaction goes deeper than implicit bias and an introductory training is insufficient for our current circumstances. We are continuing to dialogue with the Center for Rural Affairs and other organizations about how we can help our coop community rebuild trust between staff, management, member owners, and the board. We will have more to share on anti-racist training opportunities in the near future.

In the meantime, we want to take the opportunity that was already scheduled for Thursday, July 30th @ 7PM  and invite any interested member owner or staff to join the board for facilitated small group conversations about racism.
Following the format of Together, One Lincoln, this gathering will provide an opportunity and space to learn from one another and create dialogue in order to drive action on racial inequality.

We hope that you will consider joining us. Email if you are interested in attending and we will share the Zoom link and meeting materials in advance.

Thank you for your continued engagement with the coop and helping our community heal during these challenging times.