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Transplanting  Traditions

Community Farm


December is here! We have less than one month to reach out goal of $30,000!

Please consider donating to our 2023 End-Of-Year Campaign!

Support Refugee Farmers and help them continue to put down roots in North Carolina. 

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Before putting down roots in North Carolina, refugee families have to go through the resettlement process that ranges from 3 months to a couple years. Let’s hear from Ree Ree’s, our Executive Director, experience on how she was preparing herself to leave the refugee camp where she was born.

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Part 1                or              Part 2


Connecting Cultures Through Farming and Food

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.


 Watch this video to learn more about us:

Learn More About Our Work


Transplanting Traditions...


Works with


refugee adults & children




8 Acres

of farmland





Has supported farmers to earn over

$1 million

in total from farm income




Has grown over

600,000 lbs

of produce to date




Help us Grow!

Your contribution supports Transplanting Traditions farmers as we grow the availability of traditional food, land access, and entrepreneurial opportunities in our community.



Credit: Natalie Ross

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