Together we can rebuild our food system, restore our soil and waters, and revitalize rural communities.

What We Do

Sharing Our Roots exists to:

  • INNOVATE a path toward a more just, resilient and healthy food system by helping to build local wealth and food security;
  • SUPPORT and value the expertise of immigrant, low income, new and transitioning farmers in a shared economy and;
  • DEMONSTRATE perennial agriculture’s capacity to heal the land and care for community.

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About Us


Sharing Our Roots exists to

  • INNOVATE a path toward a more just, resilient and healthy food system by helping to build local wealth and food security;
  • SUPPORT and value the expertise of immigrant, low income, new and transitioning farmers in a shared economy and;
  • DEMONSTRATE perennial agriculture’s capacity to heal the land and care for community.
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Our Farm

On our 100-acre Farm in Dakota County, MN, we demonstrate the possible: a biodiverse system of symbiotically connected livestock and perennials that uses no chemical inputs, builds soil, retains and cleans water, and delivers economic benefits to the community.

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Resources

Our farm demonstrates and documents the economic, ecological and social impacts of regenerative agriculture. Explore our educational resources below, including video time-lapses, research snapshots and a Poultry Manual available to all farmers for free.

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Get Involved

People are at the heart of everything we do. Without community and partnerships, our farm would never be truly regenerative. We welcome people of all backgrounds, experiences and skill sets to join our team. There are many ways to get involved.

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Initiatives

We can learn a lot about a landscape when we observe the presence and behaviors of native species.  Learn More »

Support Small Farmers

Join the local food movement and support small farmers in our community! The Sharing Our Roots Farm is a home base for emerging and immigrant farmers selling high quality, regeneratively-grown vegetables, botanicals, beef, lamb and many other products.
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Featured

  • Carbon drawdown in soils: What is the potential?

    10/20/2021
    Climate Land Leaders are eager to address climate change on their lands, and they know that they first need to reduce emissions (decreasing or eliminating pesticide and fertilizer use, for example). Over the years they also look to draw down carbon into the soil. But what is the carbon sequestration potential for these farms? Well, first we ...

Testimonials


With your help, we can restore the health of our planet and revitalize rural communities through the power of regenerative agriculture.