Organic agriculture rejuvenates soil, ecosystems, and human well-being. As an organic farm, we seek to embrace natural processes, biodiversity, and local adaptation, and do not use synthetic inputs like chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. Organic practices strictly prohibit the use of genetically modified (GMO) products. In contrast, conventional farming uses chemical intervention and genetically modified materials to achieve high production levels.
Our organic production practices emphasize overall system health and synergies, promoting biodiversity and enriching soil fertility. We value the use of traditional farming practices such as crop rotation and compost application to create a sustainable, holistic system. At the same time, where science can improve quality, resilience, and productivity, welearn from and judiciously incorporate new knowledge.
Conventional agriculture imposes environmental and health costs, contributing to greenhouse gas emissions, soil erosion, and water pollution. It jeopardizes human well-being with toxic pesticide residues. In contrast, successful organic farms have a smaller carbon footprint, nurturing soil health, revitalizing ecosystems, and delivering cleaner water and air. This approach prioritizes long-term ecological sustainability.