Imagine leaving everyone you love to own a 20 acre organic farm. Well that’s not really the case here, he loves his home land of Kenya and definitely needed to go back and start this 20 acre organic farm. This man was able to do just this by going back to Africa. Where the soil is fertile and he’s able to connect with his roots while providing food for the people around him. Was it a good idea and is he okay to this day? Read the rest of the article to find out.
Why Leave America to Own 20 Acre Organic Farm in Kenya?
The soil and culture there is so important to this man. We need to support our Earth and where we come from. With Back to Nature farm, he is able to do just that. He talks about the history of the soil and how it help the culture and the plants grow. The way he talks about the soil really makes you ant to make a trip to Africa and put your feet in the dirt. After all we all came from Africa according to science, minus well pay tribute to our heritage. We were birthed in that soil, he is growing food in the soil where it all started
What Does He Grow on His 20 Acre Organic Farm?
Normal things, peppers, guava, banana, kales and cabbages. Even though the soil might be unique, he’s growing profit crops in order to keep running the farm. Agriculturally, they use a permaculture like method where they grow companion crops and top the soil with compost. Companion plants are groups of crops that work together and support their growth. He is making the soil stronger by using this method and helping is plants grow to their full organic potential.
Who is this Man Who Left America to Build a 20 Acre Farm in Kenya?
I honestly could not find his name, but you can find him on instagram under @backtonatureafrika and YouTube as well. Just search Back to Nature Africa on YouTube to find him. If you find out more about him, please comment information in the comments below.
Would You Move to Africa to Build a Farm?
I would and I will. But would you come with? We have plans to help grow food organically and sustainably all around the world! Africa is a very important part & being able to provide food for the majority of Africa who chooses to eat our food is even more important. We love this Earth and want to make the best out of it. So would you move to Africa and build or run a farm? What makes you excited or nervous about it, write your opinion in the comments below.
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