Intro to Korean Natural Farming; like kimchi or sauerkraut for the soil!

             an organic, whole food system for your plants and soil                

                                        December 7th  2019  9:30 AM - 12:30 PM


Jessica Tsoukalas will introduce us to the theory and practice of Korean Natural Farming (KNF). Developed by Master Cho Han-kyu, KNF is an organic, whole food system for your plants and soil. By collecting indigenous microorganisms (IMO) from our immediate environment, we invigorate soil life with diversity and revitalize the ecosystem. This regenerative practice employs the harvest of local plants, yeasts, fungi, and bacteria to make our own edible, organic farm inputs. 

KNF can be implemented in:

  • Soil Remediation
  • Seed Germination
  • Plant and Tree Care
  • Fruit and Vegetable Production
  • Livestock Housing and Feed
  • Beekeeping
  • Human Consumption

The food and medicine resulting from these methods boost the resilience of our farms and strengthens our connection to nature in a fun, creative, low cost way. 

Long live the natural farmer!


Whole Food System : An Introduction to Korean Natural Farming