Transplanting Traditions Community Farm

Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Family Farm

Transplanting Traditions Community Farm

The Transplanting Traditions Community Farm is a vocational agricultural program that works to build economically viable, environmentally sound, and socially sustainable local agricultural business opportunities for refugees in N.C. Over 140 children and adults participate in The Transplanting Traditions Community Farm program.

100% of the refugee farmers were farmers in their native Burma. This 3 acre educational farm program trains refugee families in sustainable agriculture techniques and methods. The goal of the project is to prepare refugees to become successful market farmers thereby creating a viable and culturally appropriate business opportunity for the refugee community.

Listing last updated on May 10, 2013

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Season:  May through November

Type:  multiple farm

Since:  2010

# of Shares:  27

Full Share:  $20/week for 20 weeks, a total of $400

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Human Rights Center Carrboro Fridays, 5-7pm
107 Barnes St.
accessible by the J and CW bus lines.

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