At FunkyTown Food Project, we believe powerful change is rooted in community. We build partnerships with community members and organizations to make fresh, local, affordable food available to support the health and well-being of all.

Improved Access to Food

Youth, staff, and volunteers from FunkyTown Food Project grow fresh, organic food and work with community partners to support a wide range of food access initiatives including SNAP/Lonestar accessible Cowtown farmer’s market. The FunkyTown Food Project also partners with corner stores, mid-size grocers, and other local food businesses to help make local produce more accessible.

Space to Grow & Learn

FunkyTown Food Project strives to increase community food production and education. Our Seed Crew spends most afternoons in workshops learning about sustainable agriculture, food access, social justice, and more. Workshops open to the rest of our community are coming soon! Sign up for our newsletter below to be the first to learn about them.

FunkyTown Food Project engages across difference to build a stronger food system. We work with community residents and stakeholders to achieve more than improved food access. By combining sustainable agriculture, youth leadership development, and educational opportunities, we help to remove obstacles for communities to thrive.