“Now that I have land to grow, I come here and get the fresh air. The vegetables are growing, the seeds germinate, and the plants spread out. I feel so happy to see those things.”
Dirt, an online food and agriculture information hub, recently published “Laying Roots in Foreign Soil: Refugees Thrive in Urban Agriculture Roles” which highlights programs across the country that are providing farmer training to immigrants and refugees. New Entry was featured for our comprehensive farmer training program and our Land Matching Service. Check out this great read and learn about other organizations in the country who are doing similar work to New Entry.