The HF Garden Project is a female and immigrant founded 501(c)(3) nonprofit that grows and gives fresh, free produce to families and individuals who are struggling with food insecurity.
Our farm operates on regenerative principles, which means we prioritize soil health, biodiversity, and ecosystem restoration. By doing so, we are able to produce high-quality, nutrient-dense food while also mitigating climate change and protecting local wildlife...with the end result being, free, no questions asked produce, for those facing food insecurities within the community.
Keep reading to learn more about our projects, garden space, and sustainability model to partner with us as we journey to address hunger, inspire change, and cultivate community.
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MEET OUR FAMILY
Founded in 2019 by Hillockburn Farm, the HF Garden Project is run by a team committed to creating a space that brings people together.
Surrounded by lush forests, rushing streams, and vibrant neighbors, the Project is located outside Estacada on a 30-acre property shared by the Hillockburn Farm shop and our founders’ own home!
By bringing business, home, and service together into a shared space, we actively work to model what it looks like to live an authentic life committed to holistic community.
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