We believe in creating kinship, fostering cultural pride and community through the cultivation of land ownership, food production, and community building.
Bottom Line for Portland
Through partnerships we have been able to provide access to farming, land and resources for 40 BIPOC and veteran community members. At the start of COVID, through community efforts and donations, we have been able to pay 15 Black farmworkers a living wage to help us grow 1,100 pounds of food for 150 Black families and youth in east county for the past few months. We are currently working toward creating a pipeline to agriculture for Black and Brown justice-impacted youth through aquaponics and greenhouse management training. The hope is to provide more Black food security and sovereignty, job training, STEM educational opportunities, and much-needed plant starts for Black farmers and community members.
For the first 50 people to donate $100, they will get a Mudbone Grown tote donated by ComeUnitypdx.
“We feel an ancestral call back to the land.…Healing happens in the soil.” —Mudbone Grown