We're in this together
Collectively – as individuals, businesses, organisations and cultures – we have the power to create a sustainable future for Mother Earth.
We are at a crucial moment in the history of our kind, as man-made changes to the climate threaten humanity’s security on Earth. But there’s a technology for massive planetary geo-engineering that is tried and tested and available for international distribution right now. It costs little, is adaptable to local contexts the world over and it can be rolled out tomorrow providing multiple benefits beyond climate stabilisation.
The solution is farming.
Simply put, we could sequester current annual CO2emissions with a switch to widely available and inexpensive organic management practices, which we term “regenerative organic agriculture.”
From our farms and headquarters in India to Australia and beyond, we're each interconnected - when we come together we have the power to create a sustainable planet and True Wellness for all.
For us, the organic revolution began in India 20 years ago. When we started our company, we knew that we needed to help farmers realise the importance of organic agriculture to help change the damaged Indian soil from the ground up. Since then, many other companies have followed in our footsteps. The momentum continues to build for our vision to be realised.
The ORGANIC INDIA certification plan is the largest of any organisation in India, extending across parts of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir and Andhra Pradesh. As a social enterprise, we work directly with thousands of marginalised family farmers in India, creating sustainable communities through fair-market agriculture, access to healthcare, education and empowerment programs. Together with small, rural family farmers in India, we have transformed more than 10,000 acres of chemically ravaged soil into fields of abundance through regenerative agroecological practices that serve, honour and protect the biodiversity of the Earth. But there’s still lots of work to do, on our part as a business and within each of our communities across the world….