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Blawesome Farm

In the fall of 2015, just ten days before the first day of school, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction shut down a local Charter High School that served at-risk students, and students with disabilities. The decision left hundreds of vulnerable high schoolers with no plan and no place to go. One of those students was Blawesome Farm​ owner’s son, Raimee Sorensen.

In the wake of this unexpected and life-altering event, Raimee’s parents decided that his next transition should be one that put him on the path towards a life lived as fully and independently as possible. Drawing from past experiences that both inspired joy and showcased Raimee’s skill-sets, they decided to help Raimee start a farm. And not just any farm, but a small, sustainably operated flower farm that would use the beauty of fresh flowers to lift up the community, while simultaneously challenging harmful stereotypes about what it means to live and work with a disability. It was out of this desire that Blawesome Farm was born.
This decision led to a unique partnership with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and the creation of Blawesome Farm, which Raimee co-owns and where he currently works full-time alongside three social care farmers who have a passion not just for growing and cultivating the natural beauty that flowers bring to any environment, but for the power that that beauty has to promote positive visibility for some of their most disenfranchised and marginalized community members.

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