Common Roots

Common Roots is a non-profit organization in South Burlington, VT with a dynamic mission to foster the relationships amongst farmers, educators, youth, families, and the wider community through place-based education and service programs. Our work is to provide several avenues for children, parents, staff and community to participate in food education from soil to consumption and to build the capacity to provide a growing volume of food for families, our schools, and our programs. Our stewardship strengthens and supports our local food systems, provides food security, and affirms our local environment. In doing so,  we celebrate the soil and soul of our community and nurture our own common roots.

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Sign up for our CSA

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Why buy a CSA share?

  • 21 weeks of veggies
  • Priced to provide ~20% discount
  • Late in the week weekly pick-ups at South Village Farm
  • Salad share – provides two people with salad greens & veggies for 2 large salads/week
  • Harvest share – provides a family of four w/ salad greens & veggies for the whole weeks’ worth of meals

 

Support Common Roots

Common Roots relies on the generous support of our larger community—friends, neighbors, families, businesses, trusts, foundations, and other philanthropic giving.





    UPDATE 3/21/2017

A very generous local family is matching dollar for dollar up to $3,500. If you cannot attend the event and would like to support the equipment goal, please donate via Paypal.

Make Art with us at Davis Studio Family/Community Event Saturday, April 8th

Let’s join hands to help Common Roots meet their goals to provide the necessary kitchen equipment at the Wheeler House!!!

Goal:to further Common Roots’ Community Food Shares Program for local families in our community; Support early childhood nutrition education; Nutrition courses; SB Park and Recreation programs; Community events

5-6:30 suggested for families with young children (birth – grade 4)
7:30 – 9:00 suggested for families with older children (grades 2 – 8)
All community members are invited and welcome!
$10 per person - $40 per family
Reserve Tickets