Radical Roots Farm catalyzes positive change by growing high quality, organically grown vegetables, educating about permaculture & sustainable agriculture and living this vision.
Radical Roots Farm is now USDA Certified ORGANIC!
You demanded it so we are supplying it. 50 Different crops all certified organic. This means that our entire supply chain is certified organic as well. All of our amendments, straw mulch and compost meets strict organic standards. They tested our water, our soil and our knowledge of organic meathods all to ensure that you get the healthiest freshest vegetables, herbs and fruits possible!
CSA! Community Supported Agriculture
Sign up now for our 2013 CSA!
Certified Organically grown produce direct from our farm to your table.
Deliveries to Charlottesville & Harrisonburg
More information and read Daily News Record article here on our CSA Page
Radical Roots in the NEWS
Mother Earth News features Radical Roots Chickens!
Dave chats about organic gardening on WMRA's Virginia Insight--to listen scroll down to June 21, 2010 Summer in the Garden
How Does Your Garden Grow? Listen to the answers as Dave talks with callers on Virginia Insight by scrolling down to Monday, June 23 2008
Read the feature article in Edible Blue Ridge A Day On The Farm pages 32-35!!
Watch Dave's presentation Permaculture: Farm Design for Abundance at the 2009 VABF conference (scroll to minute 7:55)
Conntecting the Local Food Dots at the Charlottsville City Market (scroll to minute 14:40)
Radical Roots is at Harrisonburg and Charlottesville Markets with great greens and summer veggies every Saturday from April until the end of October! We have salad greens, cooking greens, fresh herbs available as well as lots of squash, tomatoes and Butternut.Markets Page
Volunteer Every Tuesdays at Radical Roots 9am-noon(Starts May 2013)
Community volunteer time includes fun work projects in the gardens like transplanting vegetables, weeding, and mulching. Everyone is welcome to participate. The volunteer day is a great way to get in touch with your food and learn a few gardening tips. Bring water, hat, and good shoes (no dogs). RSVP's are helpful. See you on Tuesday!
3083 Flook Lane
Keezletown VA, 22832
From interstate 81 exit 247a on 33 east
Turn LEFT at the first light on Linda Lane
Go 1 mile and turn left at roundabout on Smithland north
Go 1/2 mile and turn RIGHT at stop on Old Furnace Road
Go 3 miles and at the stop sign turn LEFT on Indian trail
Go 1/2 mile and take first RIGHT on Minnie Ball
Go 1 mile and at the stop sign turn LEFT on Mountain Valley
Go 1/2 mile and take first Left on Flook Lane (gravel road)
Go 1/3 mile and we are the first driveway on the RIGHT, park near greenhouse