Moringa Growers & Educators Certification Program


Moringa Family!

Moringa Family!

Registration is now open for our 2018 season of courses!  Over the last 20 years, I have worked out the problem issues of growing Moringa in Southern California, producing premium grade Moringa. I have created a program to certify those who wish to learn my methods.  This Program is also for those who want to be Moringa Educators.  While learning what is involved with growing Moringa, the curriculum also covers everything you need to know to represent Moringa to the world of those seeking health and nutritional benefits from this powerful plant.  This Moringa Protocol is necessary around the world to ensure that all producers of Moringa understand the specific requirements at all stages of farm production that need to be implemented for the outcome of high grade, pathogen and mold free Moringa.

Of utmost importance, is the work to create the soil quality.  As I have said hundreds of times, “If it’s not in the soil, it’s not in the plant”.  This is one of the most important points in growing any food plant.  Each plant has the uptake from the soil that is is capable of.  However, if the specific nutrients are not found in the soil, there is no uptake and subsequently, that nutrient is not in the end food product.

Soil alone does not create a whole Eco system.  Understanding and creating the bigger picture is also essential.  Permaculture – Permanent agriculture, is also a part of the essential whole.

I am not a supporter of sustainable farming.  I am a supporter of Restorative farming.  I do not see how we can possibly sustain what we have created on this planet thus far.  I do not want to see this level of pollution to our water, air, and soil sustained.  We must look for how we can Repair and Restore our rivers, prairies, wetlands, forests, and planet Earth to the pristine condition that is the birthright of every living thing here.

Moringa is one plant that offers healing in so many areas of life.  It has the potential to repair and restore much of what has been damaged in our soil, water and living beings of all types.  I want to draw those together who are interested in this mission and create through our common creative work to make of this world a garden as it once was.

The work will also cover beekeeping, composting, vermiculture, product making, foods, herbal preparations, branding, the work of Dr. Weston Price,  Moringa vision quest in our Moringa Healing Circle and co-creating with nature.

Moringa Grower’s Certification Program

Requirements: Complete the Moringa Grower’s Certification Program, 5 -Day Intensive

Conduct a Moringa Growing Project implementing permaculture and soil science principles.  Produce Moringa samples that are then tested in  a US Microbiology laboratory.  Once the Lab test shows that The Moringa is pathogen and mold free and exhibits the characteristic color, smell and taste, The final certification is awarded.

Moringa Certified Trainers Program

Requirements: Complete The Moringa Growers Certification 5 – Day Intensive, San Diego location and the tropical belt.  Apprentice conducting both trainings. Have training and/or experience in one of the following: Permaculture, Soil Science, Intentional Communities, Work in Rural/Farm, Restorative agriculture, or the like.

Moringa Educators Program:

Requirements: Complete  the Moringa Grower’s Certification 5 – Day Intensive. All participants are awarded this certification upon completion and demonstration of the course materials. Conduct two Moringa Presentations using the Moringa Power Point from the Moringa Course. Once completed and verified, the Moringa Educators Certificate is awarded.

Moringa Peace Corps

Requirements: Complete both of the Moringa Growers Certification Courses, San Diego location and tropical location, be willing to travel to remote areas to help set  up Moringa Farms, work on Moringa certified grower’s Moringa projects,  be willing to travel to inner-city areas to set up Urban Gardens, assist in the Moringa Growers Intensives. Once you have completed any combination of two projects, the Moringa Corps Certificate is awarded.


Who should attend?

Anyone working with Moringa who wants to produce the best quality premium Moringa.

Anyone working in agriculture who wants to start growing Moringa

Anyone who promotes Moringa and needs to know as much as you can to answer the thousands of questions people have.

Anyone wishing to assist others in their Moringa projects.


We have two sessions scheduled.  When you register, send us an email specifying which session you will be attending.  September and October dates are pending based on interest.

Date:                Session 1:  September 26 – 30

                           Session 2:  November 8 – 12

Location:     Temecula, CA 92590

Cost:                $650.00 due upon registration

Limited number of campsites are available on a first-come first-serve basis.  A list of local hotels is sent in the Welcome letter.

Moringa snacks, beverages and lunch are included

 Non-Profit Scholarship Requirements: One full scholarship is available for non-profits for each course. Attendee must be a principle of the non-profit or designee of the Board who would be trained as their Moringa Subject Matter Resource, Or their Moringa Farmer who plans to become certified.  A non-profit who is awarded the position may also have others attend but will be limited to a maximum of 4 seats.  The regular fee applies. Priority will be given to non-profits who already have a Moringa project. The scholarship covers the course cost only.  There is an additional charge for lunch and the course workbook which totals $70.00. Payments is due when the participant accepts the scholarship.

Two Student Scholarship Requirements: Two 50% scholarships are available for students for each course.  The field of study can be: Agriculture, Soil Biology, Animal Husbandry, Environmental Studies, Nutrition or other related subject.

What you can expect to learn:

The Moringa Protocol

Soil Building and pest/pathogen management

Traditional Growing Practices

Harvesting Moringa

Drying Moringa

Field Management

Nutritional Impacts of Modern Processed Foods

Product Development – Value added Products for your market

FDA Labeling

Permaculture Principles



Once registered, a list of suggested reading in preparation for this intensive, list of places to stay and pre-course questionnaire will be emailed.

We are so excited for this next venture!  This is such important work for the Moringa world.  Please pass the word along, and email us with any questions.

Follow the link to see photos from last seasons courses!


Moringa Growers and Educators Certification Program

Price: $650.00

*Please contact us if you have trouble registering





  1. Jacqueline Cunningham says:

    I was there in June, but missed the shuttle. I bought a tree and some oil? I had bought seeds online. The tree lost most leaves, but with some tlc it’s doing great!!! We were there on vacation and my daughter got sunburnt. I am an Aestetician so I know you should never put oil on a burn, but the bottle said it was good for burns. Well being 12am and having no other choice I put it on, my daughter let out a sigh of relief and was asleep in minutes! Thank you so much!! My grandfather is taking it for diabetes and will have his next Dr appt in a few days. I’ll let you know the results , he has been feeling great! I just wanted to thank you for the food you sent me off with. And even though I missed the bus I had a great time and can’t wait till I can come to a growers course. 🙂

  2. Hi Jacqueline, Thank you for letting us know what happened to you. Stay posted for future events. It is surely to work out another time. Great to hear about your daughter and grandfather. These are the stories I have heard for the past 15 years. Moringa never ceases to amaze me. It is a humble experience.

  3. Alexander N. Monta says:

    Hello, I am interested in attending your class but your schedule posted is not going to work for me. Do you have any other schedule coming up? Please email me to the address above or at Thank you in advance.

  4. Hi Alexandra, We have two Moringa Grower’s and Educators Certification Courses. They are September 30th through October 4th and November 8th through November 12th. There will be a reminder email soon. We just added the November date because many people such as yourself wanted to attend but could not make the dates so far. Thank you for your interest in growing Moringa

  5. Glenda Patton says:


    The broker of the Real Estate Company I work for introduced me to Moringa. I am interested in asking more questions about growing the Moringa tree and becoming a business for what I believe will provide Health and survival. I own several acres in Lake Ozark, Mo. 65031(I THINK IS THE ZIP CODE) It is humid during the summer so plants grow fast. It starts freezing around the end of November. My thought is with the humidity with the fast growing Moringa tree would grew fast enough to well benefit the growth. My land over looking a large body of water.

  6. You would just need to protect it from freezing. If it freezes, it Moringa can die. One way to protect from freeze it to plant in containers that you can move indoors or in a greenhouse, or perhaps cover.

  7. calistus Mphothwe says:

    im interested in growing Moringa but being Botswana Africa I cannot make it for the courses. don’t you have an online training or learning material which we can use while here.

  8. Hello Calistus. We are working on creating online learning material. Please join our email list found on our homepage and we will notify you when it is ready. Thank you for your interest.

  9. Jeanette Collins says:

    Is the course the only way to obtain the Moringa Tree and products?
    Jeanette Collins
    414 Southridge Road
    Apt. F-218
    Fort Morgan Co.
    (970) 768-6667

  10. Hi Jeanette. Here is a link to our products page where you can order all of our products available for shipping.

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