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Transplanting  Traditions

Community Farm

Connecting Cultures Through Farming and Food.

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. 


Watch this video to learn more about us:

Learn More About Our Work


Help us build a warm barn 

Our farmers dream of being full time farmers. They're working towards those dreams through the winter CSA which allows for year-round income. However, extreme winter temperatures make this cold wet work of washing vegetables challenging.

Help TTCF raise $20,000 to turn an unfinished barn into a warm, winterized farm space.

Photo Credit: Anna-Rhesa Versola


Transplanting Traditions Works With


Refugee Adults

& Children



8 Acres

of Farmland



We've brought


of income to farmers


 We've grown

600,000 lbs

of produce to date



Credit: Natalie Ross

Our 2020 regular CSA season is sold out, but you can still sign up for a flower share and take a fresh bouquet home every week!

Sign up for Flowers!

You can also sign up for our 2020 Winter CSA Waitlist!

Learn more & sign-up here:

Waitlist Sign Up


Help us Grow!

Your contribution supports Transplanting Traditions in connecting refugees from Burma to traditional food, land access, and entrepreneurial opportunities.

Donate Now

Credit: Natalie Ross


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