The FunkyTown Food Project’s mission is to create a thoughtful and productive community of youth and adults from diverse backgrounds who work together to build a sustainable food system. Our community produces healthy food for residents of the city and suburbs, provides youth leadership opportunities, and inspires and supports others to create change in their own communities.
We envision a world where youth are active leaders, diverse communities feel connected to the land and each other, and everyone has access to fresh, local, healthy, affordable food.
The FunkyTown Food Project is a registered 501c3 nonprofit. We got started from a desire to bring diverse groups of people together in community. We believe that when people work together, sweat together, and grow something together they will also find ways to connect with each other.
FunkyTown Food Project is hosted at Conundrum Farms.
About Conundrum Farms
Conundrum Farms is the host farm for the FunkyTown Food Project. Conundrum is an organic farm and event space, a platform for teaching and learning. Their mission is to provide a place for people to learn, grow, and connect with the land, our neighbors, and themselves through unique workshops with thinkers and tinkers and loving on the earth.
Sitting on 6 acres near Benbrook Lake just outside of Fort Worth, and next door to over 1,000 acres of native Texas Prairie managed by the Conservation Corp of Engineers, it’s an ideal location to launch the FunkyTown Food Project.