MAINSTREAM AGRICULTURAL MODEL

Farmers are struggling to manage natural hazards, financial pressures and the effects of climate change, while they receive a very small share of the end value of their produce.

Mainstream Agricultural Model

GROUNDED AGRICULTURAL MODEL

The agricultural risks are managed and shared and farmers receive a fair share of the end value of their produce. They have access to resources to explore regenerative farming practices and allow their land to become more healthy.

Grounded Agricultural Model

ESSENTIAL OILS & DRIED HERBS

– BAVIAANSKLOOF, SOUTH AFRICA –

HERBAL TEAS

– LANGKLOOF, SOUTH AFRICA –

STILL GROWING

– GROUNDNUTS, HERBS & SPICES –