Woven Roots Farm is a traditional, hand-scale vegetable farm, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and education center located on unceded Mohican land in the present-day Berkshire hills of Western Mass.

“Through a deep relationship with the land and one another,” say co-founders Jen and Pete Salinetti, “we commit to feeding, educating, and empowering our community members by co-creating pathways to become healthier individuals, ethical growers, and caretakers of the earth and one another.”

They began farming 22 years ago with an honor-box farm stand and transitioned into a full-time farming lifestyle in 2005 with no-till, hand-scale methods. In 2010 they started a seasonal CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program and have since launched a Solidarity Share Fund—a program that supports the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) community and other marginalized neighbors by providing direct access to fresh food and knowledge sharing.

Small Good Thing screened at Images Cinema in Williamstown.
Woven Roots Farm

An image from Woven Roots Farm appears in Small Good Thing screened at Images Cinema in Williamstown. Press photo courtesy of Images Cinema

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