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Feed'em Freedom Foundation

Food is a vital connector and a foundation for connection and resilience in the face of gentrification.  Feed'em Freedom Foundation strives to grow, cook, and eat together - strengthening the health of communities holistically, “from the soil up.”

The Feed’em Freedom Foundation ignites and centers Black Agriculturists to participate as owners and movement leaders within agriculture, land stewardship, regional food security response, and economic prosperity. 

Feed’em Freedom Foundation grows out of the work of Mudbone Farm, a Black-owned small farm enterprise in the business of growing and celebrating culturally-specific ancestral foods, value- added products, and food hubs for historically absent or barriered communities. 

Beginning in January 2021, Mudbone Grown's educational, workforce development, and advocacy programs moved from Mudbone Grown to Feed’em Freedom Foundation to provide both the agricultural business and the critical educational and community programming the containers they need to grow and thrive.

The Feed’em Freedom Foundation focuses on four core pillars: education, community, harmony, and equity. Training farmers to build their own agribusinesses, providing nutritious, low or no-cost produce to low-income Portlanders, working in harmony with nature, improving soil health as we farm, and providing a living wage to the young farmers that work with their organization.

To learn more and to get involved, head to The Feed’em Freedom Foundation and Mudbone Grown’s websites. 

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