In observance of the 10th anniversary of September 11, Hands On Greater Portland volunteers donated their time at the County CROPS farm in Troutdale by weeding and harvesting...
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CROPS sits on land that was once part of the Multnomah County Poor Farm, built in 1911. Learn more about the historical roots of this outstanding program.
With a focus on the community, the 2015 harvest was largely donated to SnowCap Community Charities. Currently in its 8th season, the gardens are thriving.
With a focus on the community, the 2016 harvest from CROPS was largely donated to SnowCap Community Charities.
“All school doesn't have to be sitting in a classroom and reading textbooks,” Michelle says, “They are learning something out here, they're learning valuable tools for the rest of their life.”
Positive experiences at the CROPS Farm are especially important for Sterling, who has a form of high-functioning autism.
As a result of dedicated and hard-working volunteers, the CROPS Program is thriving and making a positive difference to people in Multnomah County.
You can keep the CROPS Program growing by making a contribution or in-kind donation.
At the annual Multnomah County 2016 Employee Awards, Jerry Hunter was honored for his work on the CROPS Program and helping families and community members in need.
The CROPS team knows good food! Cook up something tasty by trying one of our recipes today.
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Volunteering your time can help the CROPS Program grow more food for Multnomah County families in need of healthy produce.