Growing Social Justice: Food and Hunger in the Forest Grove Area

On this trip you will experience different aspects of the food system through rural adventures and nearby service projects. Explore the farm country around Pacific—an agricultural region that supplies a city known for food. Voyage around the Forest Grove area, camp at Pacific’s B Street Living Museum, harvest local food, and examine what causes social injustice and disconnection in the world. Serve in organizations that grow food and combat hunger. Eat together and with others. The Forest Grove Voyage will focus on the challenges and opportunities of food and hunger in suburban and           Beautiful countryside surrounding Forest Grove

rural areas, including the

experiences of migrant workers. This adventure will challenge your thinking about what you eat and why, but at the same time build community through food.  Be whisked away on this unique exploration while you generate new friendships, learn, and reflect with your classmates...Roughin’ it in the Grove!  

This voyage requires the ability to ride a bicycle and handle some physical activity (such as gardening).

Cost of Attending: $300 (charged directly to student account)

Trip Logistics

Please email by August 5th if you need pickup from airport or train station.

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