How We Grow

We are in the business of growing food, community health, business, and community culture around delivery of the triple bottom line to historically absent or barriered communities.

Our grandmothers are our muse and our inspiration for how we grow and give back to the community and interact with the land. Farming is in our DNA. Our community has a history of working with the land to build the soil, using organic material to capture carbon, cover cropping, and using the natural landscape to feed into the ecosystem.

It is important that the food from our farms are nutrient rich and organic. Although we are not certified organic, we believe in organic practices on our farm. We believe in regenerative climate resilient growing practices and implement them as much as possible on the farm.

When our soil is healthy we can produce high quality nutrient rich foods that help us to serve food as medicine to our community that is impacted by chronic health issues and social determinants of health.

Growing Community

Growing a community of farmers, growing a farm from the ground up, creating programming, growing food for community, and raising family just for starters is no small undertaking. As we set out to initially just homestead, we felt a bigger calling that included all of our Black and Brown communities. The stronghold of systematic oppression and industrialized racism in our food system is something that we cannot take on alone. Along with the work of growing food, learning the land, building infrastructure, we are apart of Black Oregon Land Trust (BOLT) which "... is a nonprofit creating opportunities for Black farmers in Oregon to collectively own land, build generational health and wealth, and birth sovereign, thriving communities... " as well as apart of the Black Food Fund which assists with fueling Black-led food systems transformation across the Pacific Northwest"

We continue to push forward all the while learning and failing, and learning and growing. Growing stronger for our family, for our community both farmers and non-farmers alike, and for ourselves. It is time to focus on ....