An African woman in a bright patterned dress and a red headwrap is seen in an action shot with a garden hoe held up high. She's on the edge of a patch of dirt with tall grasses in the background on a sunny day.

Anne-Marie Urukundo, the African Communities Coordinator for Outgrowing Hunger, clears brush and tills land at a garden project for African refugee growers in May 2023.

When the foods they grew up with can’t be found, refugees in Oregon are growing their own

When refugees migrate to the United States, important cultural foods from their countries of origin often become harder to find. In Oregon, refugee growers are getting help accessing land and resources to grow their own.

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