Cheyenne Zigmund walks back from her field after picking radishes in the middle of the farm she shares with her husband Sean early Sunday morning in White Sulphur Springs, New York.
Cheyenne Zigmund plants spinach while Lily the Great Dane tries to help.
Italian Flatleaf Parsley grows in the newly built greenhouse on the Zigmund’s Root ‘N Roost Farm.
Cheyenne Zigmund teaches interns Alyssa Leistner, Josh Luistro and Scott Groffman how to plant in the greenhouse with the coming winter ahead.
Smurfette the pig gets her back rubbed by Cheyenne Zigmund before being fed.
Farm interns Josh Luistro and Scott Groffman pick large stones to make footpaths in the newly built greenhouse.
Jackets and gloves hang in the greenhouse after the sun burns off the morning cold.
Cheyenne plays with Louie the dog.
The morning fog begins to burns off - greens will growing inside throughout the fall and winter.
Cheyenne Zigmund sits at the head of the table with interns (L-R) Alyssa Leistner, Josh Luistro and Scott Groffman while eating breakfast, which was made from fresh products of the farm.
A couple walks to the back of the farm to collect black walnuts to buy from the Root ‘N Roost Farm as Lily and Louie follow.
Owners of Root ‘N Roost Farm, Cheyenne Zigmund and Sean Zigmund, poses with their cat and dog in White Sulphur Springs, New York.
Back to the Roots
Cheyenne Zigmund and Sean Zigmund opened the doors at their all-natural farm in 2012, with the desire to contribute to fixing a broken food system and eating healthier.
While practicing permaculture-based, no-till farming, never using synthetic chemicals and growing food as naturally as possible Cheyenne and Sean pursued their mutual passion and dedication for the land, animals, clean energy and a lifestyle they truly love.