Bring nature to your plate with organic farming. This innovative approach to agriculture ditches synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and genetically modified organisms in favor of natural processes that fertilize and protect crops. The goal is to create a sustainable, self-sufficient ecosystem where soil fertility is enhanced and preserved for future generations. And with a focus on environmentally-friendly practices, biodiversity, and resource preservation, organic farming ensures a healthier planet.

Organic agriculture takes this a step further, encompassing the entire production system. With a strong emphasis on soil health, renewable resources, animal welfare, and eco-friendly practices, organic agriculture produces certified products that meet strict standards set by regulatory agencies. And, with a holistic approach to food production that prioritizes natural processes, soil health, and environmental sustainability, organic agriculture provides a wholesome and responsible choice for your table.

Organic farming and organic agriculture – two terms, one concept. While organic farming refers to the actual practices used on a farm, organic agriculture encompasses the entire production system from farm to table, including processing and marketing. Embrace the power of nature with organic farming and organic agriculture.

Learn the relationship by watching the video.

This session will explore the four principles of organic agriculture and will end with a worldwide Q&A with organic agriculture experts.

This session is for anyone interested in organic agriculture.

What is organic agriculture?

Publisher: Global Landscapes Forum

Language: English

Year: 2020

Ecosystem(s): Agricultural Land

Location(s): Global

  • Louise Luttikholt

    Executive Director, IFOAM - Organics International

  • Hans Herren

    President and CEO, Millennium Institute

  • CK 'Bablu' Ganguly

    Exective Director, Timbaktu Collective

  • Julia Lernoud

    World Board member, IFOAM - Organics International

  • Karen Mapusua

    Vice President, IFOAM- Organics International & Manager of Programming Performance and Systems, Land Resources Division Pacific Community


  • Gabor Figeczky

    Head of Global Policy, IFOAM - Organics International


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