LaSelva in Tuscany: Naturland from the very beginning
Karl Egger moved to Tuscany in 1980 - he was looking for a way to combine growing of tasty tomatoes with something good for people and nature. He found like-minded people with whom he founded the Naturland Association. Learn more about "La Selva", a Naturland Fair Farm from the very beginning.
Organic and regenerative agriculture: a contradiction?
Regenerative agriculture is increasingly potrayed in the media as a seemingly new form of agriculture. The amazingly simple solutions and quick successes that are often proclaimed in this context are worth a closer look. A first Stock-taking from the perspective of organic farming.
Sustainable water management as part of resilient organic agriculture
As climate change progresses, the issue of sustainable water management is increasingly coming into focus. The cooperation between Naturland and BioSuisse will make it easier for organic farmers to manage water in the future. Anna Lochmann (BioSuisse) and Alexander Koch (Naturland) explain in an interview what this is all about.
Green Manure - great potential for organic farming
Green manuring is a way to achieve more sustainability in agriculture and to lower production costs at the same time. There are many reasons why this technique is worth considering for farmers worldwide. The key to success in green manuring: An intelligent combination of grasses and legumes to improve soil fertility. And this is exactly what the Naturland Academy's “Green Manure”-Seminar was about.
Canaan Fair Trade: Preserving culture and creating new perspectives
High-quality olive oil fairly marketed: As Naturland Fair partner standing for organic and fair from a single source, the Palestinian farmer-cooperative Canaan Fair Trade opens prospects for more than 1100 farmers in Palestine. Basema Baramehs is one of them. Get to know her and the cooperative in this article.