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–  Support Share a Share – buy shares of traditional vegetables for refugee families in need
–  Buy a CSA share for yourself or as a gift
–  Donate money to support  us as the farm grows from 5 to 8 acres
–  Shop for delicious chemical-free produce grown by TTCF’s Mu Tar K’Paw Gardens – find them at the Carrboro and the Chapel Hill Farmers’ Markets
–  Join us for public tours and work days


 Late summer fun in the demonstration garden. Explore and enjoy the farm

WHEN: Saturday, Oct 1, 9am-1pm. Tour begins at 9am, workday 10 am  – 1pm
WHERE: Transplanting Traditions Community Farm – click here and follow directions to “The Farm”
WHAT: Come help us in our demonstration Garden of Tropical Wonders. We need help mulching, weeding and building new paths.




Mu Tar K’Paw Gardens at Saturday Carrboro Farmers Market!

Look for Cing Neam and her family at the Saturday Carrboro Farmers Market starting mid-April.  She is so excited to have the opportunity to make her dreams of farming here in the U.S. come true!  Mu Tar K’Paw Gardens will continue to be at the Wednesday afternoon market this year.

Photo by Natalie Ross

Photo by Natalie Ross


Cing Neam, her husband Maung Pau and her son


2016 Fall CSA is SOLD OUT!

Check back in December to reserve your spot in the 2017 CSA.
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Fill out our online form and then follow directions for payment: pay online or send in a check.


Our farmers are making plans for a bigger and better CSA. By registering early, you will get your first choice for pick-up location and help our farmers as they plan.


Help us reach our farmers’ goals by signing up and spreading the word to friends, neighbors and co-workers. We hope to add one new pick-up location, in Durham, RTP or Cary. If you know of a neighborhood or business that can get at least 12 people on board, we’d love to deliver fresh vegetables to them—send us an email: [email protected]

Learn more about our CSA.  


Sign up!


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Transplanting Traditions was honored to host the National Incubator Training Initiative’s conference this year. We were able to meet and share ideas and plans with farmer training programs from all over the U.S.

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Lantern Fundraiser Dinner September 30th

Farmer Chef Khai Nyui Tow cooks incredible Karen Burmese food---don't miss this year's Lantern Fundraiser Dinner.

Farmer Chef Khai Nyui Tow cooks incredible Karen Burmese food—don’t miss this year’s Lantern Fundraiser Dinner.


Join us for a celebration of Karen Burmese food to support our refugee farmers as they grow their farm businesses. This four-course dinner will be

prepared by our farmer chef Khai Nyui and is an opportunity to taste the authentic cuisine of Burma. The dinner will feature our farmers’ Asian vegetables such as lemongrass, water gourd, roselle greens and more made into delicious, traditional dishes from Burma. All proceeds will go towards irrigation improvements so our farmers will have enough water for their crops in years to come.



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The Transplanting Traditions Community Farm envisions a world in which all people have access to healthy affordable food, land, education, satisfying work and a space to celebrate culture and to build strong resilient communities.

The Mission of Transplanting Traditions Community Farm is to provide 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.

The Transplanting Traditions Community Farm is a project of the Orange County Partnership for Young Children. For more information about the project and who we serve explore more under the ABOUT menu above. We operate a CSA and have refugee farmers selling at the Chapel Hill Farmers’ Market and the Carrboro Farmers’ Market.  We have information and recipes for the South-East Asian vegetables we grow. We also provide refugee youth programming which includes a comprehensive teen program that focuses on leadership development and communication skills. Our young children’s programming focuses on farm and nature exploration, nutrition and cooking and physical activity. Learn more and get involved through volunteering or a tour