SweetRoot Farm

76 Bell Ln, Hamilton Montana 59840

At SweetRoot Farm we work to grow delicious and healthy food in ways that enhance the quality of the soil, water, air, and support the human and ecological communities to which we belong. We believe that sustainably grown local food should be available and accessible to everyone in the community, so we actively seek creative ways to market farm products and build stronger connections between growers and eaters.

406-493-7211

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Noah Jackson

Mary Bricker


Community Supported Agriculture

Spring (8 weeks, April 21-June 9) starts with a diversity of greens like salad mix, spinach, baby kale, arugula, pac choi, tatsoi, mild and spicy mustards, leaf cabbage, upland cress, pea shoots, and more. The greens are soon joined by radishes and salad turnips, then baby beets, carrots, snap peas, snow peas, chives, cilantro, scallions, and green garlic.

Type: Vegetables

Full Share: $144

Half Share: $80

Spring

Summer (15 weeks, June 16-Sept 22) covers peak production season. We plant new beds of baby greens weekly to keep a steady supply after most home gardens have bolted. Those salad greens are joined by things like cucumbers, summer squash, beets, carrots, garlic, herbs, garlic and onions, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and then tomatoes, tomatillos, peppers, chilies, green beans, eggplant, and potatoes, and more. In September your bag can be quite heavy, but you’ll be strong enough to lift it after a season of good eating! Small: $225, Large $450

Type: Eggs, Vegetables

Full Share: $450

Half Share: $225

Summer
Agrotourism

Alternative Energy Resources Organization

Mailing address: PO Box 1558, Helena MT 59624

Physical address: 32 S Ewing St #333, Helena MT 59601