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Welcome to the website for the Transplanting Traditions Community Farm!


We at the Orange County Partnership for Young Children are happy to keep you in the loop about our program activities and updates,  volunteer needs, and general organization and project information through this site and our regular posts. You will also find links to our community partners and other educational agricultural sites nationwide.

We are a non-profit that relies on donors and the support of our community to continue to do the important work of Transplanting Traditions.

Fall CSA Shares are SOLD OUT! 

Early registration for 2016 CSA Shares begins in December.

Give to Share-a-Share today. 

You can donate directly using the donate button on the sidebar  on the right or visit our donation page to learn more about our upcoming projects or contact Kelly Owensby at (919) 967-9091 if you would like to discuss a donation or gift.

You can also check out our wish list if you are cleaning out your garage or are a business or corporation that can help with farm supplies. One of our biggest strengths is the support of our community and we thank you for your interest!

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Mission and Vision

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.

DSC01968For more information about the project and who we serve follow the links under the ‘about’ tab above. We operate a CSA and have refugee farmers selling at the Chapel Hill Farmers’ Market and the Carrboro Farmers’ Market We also 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. To get involved as a volunteer, donor, or participant or to watch our gardening how-To videos in Karen, follow the tabs on the top of this blog!

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