“If we surrender to earth’s intelligence, we could rise up rooted like trees”Rainer Maria Rilke
The vision of Twisted Roots Farm is a commitment to land stewardship based on regenerative agriculture and agroforestry. Twisted Roots Farm grows uncertified organic produce along with ethically raised livestock on forested pasture. We also create sustainably harvested wood products in combination with hand-crafted goods whose practices reflect our commitment to protecting and improving the health of ecological systems. Through research and the development of educational programs, we strive to raise social and ecological awareness regarding the cultivation of food and nature-based human interactions with the environment.
Our new program for 2021 is now out!! We are now accepting applications for The School of Wyld Roots, a year-long immersion and educational journey here at Twisted Roots Farm.
Farm : We grow a variety of veggies, herbs, and fruit (without chemical inputs) using no-till permaculture methods. All of the animals on the farm are pasture-raised and harvested ethically on-site.
Holistic Learning : Sharing our experiences and learning from one another is such a key ingredient to a healthy community and the main reason we offer workshops, farm stays, nature-based mentoring, and volunteer and year-long immersion opportunities.
DeadWood Designs : We offer unique handmade wood creations sourced from the farm and other local sites, utilizing selectively harvested, small-scale milling practices.
Artisan Offerings : We are incredibly inspired by the land around us and have been drawn to create unique handmade artistic offerings.
Our Latest Blog:
This time of year on a farm is filled with many different experiences. There are vegetables to harvest, winter prep to focus on, animals to kill, and cooler weather to greet. Among all of the death that comes with this time of year, we have also been blessed with a lot of birth. We haveContinue reading “Meet Molly”
A year long immersion into permaculture, land stewardship, business and nature-based dialogue
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