African Fellowship Community

African Leafy (Traditional) Vegetables constitute the food that most Africans and particularly the older generation miss most in their new life in America. Fellowshiping and working together in the field is another activity African in USA miss so very much. Our African Fellowship Community Garden being initiated established and developed by Texas International ECO-Farming Initiative is determined to bring back to life these nuggets back to the African Community in America. We will feature African Leafy Vegetable recipes, African Arts/Crafts and antiques and occasional African Music to showcase our heritage. Do not be left behind. Be part of us. Call (919) 608 9528 for more information. Stop by our garden at 2925 Lizard Lick Road in Wendell City of North Carolina.

Garden Information





Participant Count:

Less than 10


50/50 Mix

Plot Count:


Type:Other Size:

1 - 5 acres

Primary Production:


Secondary Production:

Chickens/eggs, Compost, Herbs, Vegetables


English , french and an array of African Languages

Primary Audience:

Any legal resident of USA originating from Africa

Primarily Served:

African Refugees and Immigrants

Funding Source:

None at the moment but TIEFI the Sponsor is organising

Affiliated Organization

Type Name Website Phone Email
Non-profit organization Texas International ECO-Farming Initiative View site 9196089528 .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Contact Information

Land Ownership:

Private Land
Belinda Delotach

Garden Contact:

Oneas Mufandaedza
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Garden Location:

2925 Lizard Lick Road, Wendell, NC 27591, USA

Mailing Address:

Oneas T Mufandaedza
1232 Rutledge Landing Drive
Knightdale, No 27545