Nature's Roots Farm is a diversified family farm practicing holistic agroforestry, natural animal husbandry, and resilient pasture management principles.

How It Works

1 Create your account

Create your free account and choose between on farm pickup and home delivery.

2 Place your order

Browse our ever growing selection of products, no strings attached. Payment can be made online via credit card or by cash/check ($50 order minimum for home delivery).

3 Receive your order

Have it delivered to your doorstep (just leave a cooler with ice packs on your porch/steps) or coordinate a date/time to pickup at the farm.

Did you know that 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?

Learn more about our educational programs

Featured Products

Chicken Thighs

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Wildflower Honey (Local)

$15.00/ea (1 pound)
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Latest Blog Post

December 29, 2020
Good evening family, friends, and faithful patrons. Let me be the first to wish you a Happy New Year. I hope 2020 was as awesome for you as it was for us. This year has zipped on by and we have gotten so many awesome things accomplished. We have more awesome projects currently in the works as well as planning and laying the groundwork for 2021. It can seem very overwhelming at times, but dedication, diligence, persistence, and servitude keep our train rolling.

Delicious Recipes

December 29, 2020
Rub the roast with the salt and pepper. Heat the olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat, and brown the roast, about 3 minutes per side. Place the meat in a slow cooker with the water, tomato sauce, onion and garlic. Cook on low heat all day, for about 5-6 hours. About 1 1/4 hours before you are ready to eat, combine the brown sugar, dry mustard, lemon juice, vinegar, ketchup, and Worcestershire sauce. Pour over the meat, and continue cooking another hour until fork-tender. Remove the meat, slice, and place on a warm platter. Meanwhile, let the sauce thicken by simmering on the stove for a few minutes; pour over sliced roast and serve.

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