This North Carolina Children, Youth, and Families at Risk (CYFAR) project uses community gardening to: empower communities to produce food for families, deliver hands-on nutrition education, create opportunities for youth to develop agri-related business skills, build leadership among community members, and provide engaging activities for family members of all ages to work together for a common purpose.

Wagram Community Garden

Scotland County, North Carolina

Scotland County has a new
Community Garden Coordinator!!!
Please join us in welcoming
Sarah Brown to the job!

Sarah will be plenty busy working with the Wagram Community Garden and the multiple other garden-related projects that have sprung up at schools and with other organizations in Scotland County over the last several years. We are so excited to welcome her to the team!

We'd like to thank Melissa Tomas for serving as the Wagram Community Garden Coordinator from 2010-2012.  Her smile, hardwork and friendly way with the youth and gardeners she worked with were truly appreciated and will be greatly missed. Scotland County just won't be the same without her here. Good luck in New York Melissa!