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Nature's Roots Farm is a diversified family farm which produces beyond-organic, nutrient dense foods by centering its farming practices around holistic agroforestry, animal husbandry, and pasture management principles. The farm also serves as an educational outreach for individuals of all ages to be equipped with the knowledge and support to start small farms and create local food markets.

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The first step is to create your free account. Here you will choose the pickup location closest to you. This is where we will meet you with your order.

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2 Browse the store

Browse through our ever growing selection of pasture-raise products. Add the products you like to your order. 

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3 Pick-up your order

Pick up your order on your scheduled pickup date and time. Payment can be made via credit card online or by cash/check at pickup.

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Featured Products
Blueberry Jam
$8.50/ea (Half Pint)
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Chicken Drumsticks
$6.50/lb (4 Per Pack)
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Featured Blog Posts
August 22, 2016
It’s been a great week here on the farm, busy, but freaking awesome! Over the past the couple weeks I have shared on the mind and body components of holistic living and how I have incorporated them into my life. This week I want to talk about the spirituality component. I think initially this sounds like a theological discussion, but bear with me because I promise its not. From my experience in growing up with a Christian background, spirituality was tied to religion and rules but I think it's way beyond that. Spirituality for me is living my life day to day on the farm producing great food while dancing around the land with the animals creating a piece of living art on the landscape around us. Living a spiritual life didn’t just happen overnight for me. It happened as I started to remove clutter and distractions out of my day to day routines as well as nourishing my body with good wholesome food.
Featured Recipes
August 13, 2016
This is an easy dish to bring to potluck suppers or a good way to make a little ground beef go a long way.