Archives for November 2014

Fall Harvest

 Happy Holidays Moringa Family!  We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  We had a nice and relaxing day here at the farm.  Good food, and good company.  What more could you ask for?

  Well, the Moringa trees have started their dormant cycle here in Southern California.  Their leaves are dropping and they are drawing their energy inward to await the Springs’ warmth and longer sun hours.  It’s so sweet to be reminded of the Earths’ seasons and cycles.  We did have a chance to do a final harvest last week.  Friends and students gathered to participate in a day of community and gratitude.   It was the perfect way to end this incredible season of transformation and new life in our Moringa journey.  Here are a few photos of the day!  Also, keep a look out for some new products coming soon, as well as a How to Make Compost Tea Workshop.  Details TBA.


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In Joy!

Seed Harvest

This has been a wonderful season for flower and seed pod growth here at the Moringa Farm.  More then we’ve ever had before!  We attribute much of this to the growth of our bee population in the apiary.  The Moringa seed is so beautiful when it’s freshly harvested.  Just think of all the future Moringa trees awaiting their turn.




New Video: Sunset Stroll at the Farm

The Power of the Soil Foodweb

I have been so inspired by the work of Dr. Elaine Ingham.  She has forged the way to prove that we can restore our soils and heal our planet.  Her methods are tried and true by Mother Nature herself.  Dr. Ingham uses her vast knowledge of soil biology to train anyone willing to learn how to repair the land and thereby heal us all viagra original achat. I have learned so much from her and have the power in my own hands to create my own destiny.  Begin your journey to health and healing by joining a class near you or online.  She is proving that having the right biology in the soil can return our farms to the once productive resource they were to feed us now, and into the long distant future.  Together, we will discover the correct biology for growing the best Moringa. She has abundant learning resources available.  Visit her website and begin the journey with us.