Natural Farming

“Natural farming practitioners stress that the aim of natural farming is not to regenerate the health of the soil, but simply to cultivate a good relationship between human beings and nature, and to allow nature to decide how how best to grow crops. The result of this is that nature is allowed to enact its biological regenerative abilities, with limited help or interference from human beings.

This is an important distinction to be understood, because most natural farmers work with the belief that once you purposefully aim to restore the health of the soil through your own human logic (eg: without proper input and direction from nature itself) you have already begun on a path to destroying the health of the environment.”

Final Straw: Food, Earth, Happiness

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