We believe our future health depends on the health of the food we produce and eat. With this in mind, Whole Health Agriculture (WHAg) is committed to:
• Investigate and document farm management practices that demonstrate low or zero usage of antibiotics and toxic chemicals in the food chain and on the land.
• Champion farmers and growers who use wholistic farming practices and empower them through sharing knowledge and best practice.
•Raise public awareness of the benefits and importance of wholistically produced food.
*Wholistic farming avoids synthetic drugs and toxic chemicals, and fosters natural resilience and vitality in livestock and crops, working with, rather than against, nature. Critically, these approaches protect our health. Read more…..
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