Cameron Genter has been farming and working with organic/biodynamic agriculture for over 17 years on a variety of farms around the country.

In 2006 Cameron settled his family in the Driftless region of Wisconsin, where he spent eight years building a wind/solar-powered biodynamic farm. This 40-acre grass-based farm was draft horse powered and operated a small dairy and beef herd along with small-scale gardens, poultry, and pastured hogs.

In the summer of 2014, Cameron and his family moved to the front range of Colorado to start a new farming endeavor focused on cultivating a strong community relationship around the farm. Light Root Community Farm is a draft-horse-powered micro-dairy and educational farm. The farm strives to provide a sanctuary for the farm community to connect with their food and the dynamic rhythms of the farm.

Cameron has also worked in organic certification industry for eight years and currently works part-time as an organic inspector.