Organic farming principles include health, ecology, fairness, and care.
Organic agriculture promotes and creates sustainable and holistic health through optimal use of soil, plants, animals, humans and the earth.
Organic agriculture should be based on the ecology and cycles of nature. Agricultural production that is consistent with the natural path will promote and increase sustainability.
Organic agriculture should be based on a compatible relationship between the overall environment and all living things. This includes equality, respect, justice and participation in protecting the earth on which we live.
The management of organic agriculture should be conducted carefully and responsibly to protect the health and well-being of people and the environment, both now and in the future.
Principles of the network and cooperative
Principles of farming
Principles for accepting membership, interview before accepting
Principles of sales and marketing before planting
Grow everything as organic and sell it
Worthwhile use of the land
‘We buy-sell good things, not cheap things”