Chela and Jada sign up to volunteer at the Carolina Campus Community Garden (a program of the North Carolina Botanical Garden) and discover its important people-impact that goes far beyond planting nutritious veggies!


“Soon after starting the food distributions, it became apparent that half of the recipients were refugees from Burma. With these individuals in mind, Lorch started shifting the crops in the garden’s seasonal rotation, adding familiar Asian staples like yardlong beans, kohlrabi, lemongrass, snow peas, and Thai peppers.” – Jenn Brookland speaking to Carolina Passport Magazine.