Transplanting Traditions provides refugee adults and youth access to land, healthy food and agricultural and entrepreneurial opportunities. The farm provides a cultural community space for families to come together, build healthy communities and continue agricultural traditions in the Piedmont of N.C.
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Many of the farmers at Transplanting Traditions, and others in the refugee community, have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus.
Farmers are relying more than ever on income they earn from selling through Share-a-Share and the refugee community is relying more than ever on Share-a-Share to access emergency food.
Please consider donating to this crucial program.
Your contribution supports Transplanting Traditions in connecting refugees from Burma to traditional food, land access, and entrepreneurial opportunities.
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