Transplanting Traditions supports food sovereignty in the refugee community through access to land, education and opportunities for refugee farmers to address community food insecurity and the barriers they face in reaching their dreams of farming. The farm provides a cultural community space for refugee adults and youth to come together, recreate home and build healthy communities, and continue agricultural traditions in the Piedmont of N.C.
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refugee adults & children
Has supported farmers to earn over
in total from farm income
Has grown over
of produce to date
Your contribution supports Transplanting Traditions farmers as we grow the availability of traditional food, land access, and entrepreneurial opportunities in our community.
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