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Share A Share

Help fight hunger in our community with culturally appropriate produce while supporting an aspiring refugee farmer!

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The Share a Share program uses donations from community members like you to purchase traditional Burmese vegetables and herbs such as bitter melon and lemongrass grown by Transplanting Traditions farmers. This traditional produce is then donated to PORCH, a local food pantry, who distributes it to refugee families from Burma suffering from hunger in our community. Transplanting Traditions farmers have reported that access to traditional vegetables is limited and very important to their health, and they remember the difficulty of resettling in NC and beginning to build a home here.

Access to local, fresh, and meaningful Asian produce can greatly help recently arrived refugee families flourish in their new lives.

Please donate to help this project grow! Currently, PORCH distributes produce from TTCF farmers to about 112 refugee families once a month.


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Thanks so much to our partner organization, PORCH, for helping us get our produce to refugee families!

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2 Responses to Share A Share

  1. Brian Dunne

    Enjoyed visiting with you this summer from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds. Here is the interview from our facebook which I also posted on your page for admin review. If you would like the photos let me know and I will send a link. https://www.facebook.com/rareseeds/videos/10153721150061163/?theater
    Brian Dunne

  2. farmtraditions

    Hi Brian, Sorry I am just seeing this message now as we often have issues with our website. I did see the video and positive response via facebook and loved it. We would actually love to see the photos if that is possible. We are trying to gather a small folder of updated high quality photos for this year and I thought I would inquire. Thanks so much!-Nicole

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