Masanobu Fukuoka - Natural Farming


Masanobu Fukuoka passed away at the age of 95 on August 16, 2008 at his home in Japan.

The founder of Natural Farming was a scientist, philosopher, writer and above all a farmer.

He called his farming method “do nothing farming” .

The four principles of natural farming are:

  1. No cultivation – no plowing
  2. No fertilizers
  3. No weeding
  4. No pesticides

We honor his life by continuing his work through the establishment of natural farms and reforestation efforts throughout the world.
The seeding projects at Keratea near Athens, in Spain and Argentina are dedicated to his memory.