BIPOC Farm to Market Program

A training program for farmers and producers who are Black, African, Indigenous, and people of color in the Portland Metro area

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   2020 – present

Allywatan Kwele of Jahsiri Farm setting up a booth at Come Thru Market. Photo credit: Noah Thomas

The BIPOC Farm to Market program offers new and beginning farmers in the Portland Area support in growing a farm business and successfully accessing opportunities to sell farm products at markets. Participants learn alongside each other and receive support from a community of peers. The goals of the program are to come together to learn, engage with community partners, cultivate networks, and connect producers to new markets for their products. The program is for Black, African, Indigenous, and other farmers of color.

Sunflowers grown by Farmer Suzana. Photo credit: Emilie Chen

Summer vegetables grown by Farmer Suzana. Photo credit: Emilie Chen

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Background Material

A PDF from the BIPOC Farm to Market Program info session

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