RANCHO ROOTS FARM

Welcome to Rancho Roots,

We are Alex and Greg, married Market Gardeners, born and raised in Rancho Cordova, CA.

We are regenerative farmers that operate a Network of Urban Market Gardens and create educational programs that serve all ages. 

 We strive to strengthen our community & advocate for the environment by ethically & sustainably growing nourishment that we all greatly need. 

 

RANCHO ROOTS

Farmer’s

MARKETS:

TUESDAYS 2pm-6pm at RANCHO ROOTS FARM

The Cordova Baptist Church

10527 Coloma Rd. Rancho Cordova

&

CA Certified Farmer’s Market:

SATURDAYS 8am-12pm at Folsom Blvd. & Sunrise Blvd.

Lightrail Station, Rancho Cordova

 

Farmland Trade: 

We feel so blessed to have trade partnerships with both Rancho Cordova homeowners, and

The Cordova Baptist Church & Preschool.

Our farm-ministry thrives on community & partnership. We trade landowners weekly produce for urban spaces to grow. 

Since the Spring of 2018, 

We’ve had the great thrill of managing the historic Hachiya Persimmon Orchard behind the play yard at The Cordova Baptist Church & Preschool. We grow vegetables year-round underneath the orchard canopy, teach weekly Sunday school lessons, and host fun farm days with the onsite Preschoolers.

Farm Values:

In all of our market gardens, we practice Permaculture, a regenerative agricultural philosophy that mimics nature & feeds the soil. We produce many plant nutrients onsite from crop trimmings, worm castings, and our own rabbit manure! 🐰❤️🌱

Our primary focus is soil building, therefore ZERO pesticides or chemical fertilizers are used. Methods for protecting our plants include insect netting and creating habitat for beneficial insects.

  

Learn more about our Farm and our BUNNIES on Youtube!

YouTube Channel: RANCHO ROOTS FARM

 

 

NEW: 

 Local CAFE supporting our small farm!

      

 

OLIVE BRANCH

 10239 Fair Oaks Blvd # B Fair Oaks, CA

https://olivebranchfairoaks.com

Tell the team we said “Hi!”

 

 

Whether you are visiting RANCHO ROOTS FARM because you want to eat well, support local trade, or learn more about growing sustainably, we appreciate your interest.

Thanks for visiting!