People are hungry for food, they are hungry for business success, and they are hungry for social justice. These three sectors intersect in Rockwood, where great change is occurring in food systems.
This network of faith communities works and worships together for the benefit of Rockwood.
We operate a team of community based cultural navigators, community leaders, and health educators.
Elder African-American women share healthy black cultural food traditions with the younger generations.
Our neighbors are three times more likely to be infected than the rest of Oregonians. See how we are helping.
Download our information, rules and application for hourly kitchen use to get started on the process of becoming part of our kitchen community.