Sustainable farming is the practice of agriculture that avoids the industrial approach of food production—in other words, it is an all-natural and organic method of farming. Chemical pesticides and fertilizers are not used in the process of growing crops, as these cause harm not only to those that consume the food but to our own ecology as well. With sustainable farming, we promote a “greener” way to food production that benefits everyone and preserves the world we live in.
Sustainable farming uses better water management to avoid wastage.
Embraces a wide range of techniques, including: organic, free-range, low-input, holistic, and biodynamic.
Produce from sustainable farming is usually more nutritious as harmful chemicals are not used.
how to choose organic
find the right labels and farms to know you’re buying truly organic food
read labels and look for the certified organic seal