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Sustainable Farming

Sustainable agriculture is farming in sustainable ways that is by meeting society’s food and textile needs in the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs based on an understanding of ecosystem services, the study of relationships between organisms and their environment. (Definition- Wikipedia)

This is the basic definition of sustainable farming. It is important to understand this definition and see why it is important to put it into practice. Sustainable farming is an important and progressive step towards saving this planet as well as its people. It takes into consideration and focuses on efficient usage of natural resources and the functioning between organisms and the environment.

Sustainable farming provides for today as well as the tomorrow. Thereby it prevents the extensive usage or the resources in such a manner that they don’t get used precariously.

We drink excellent coffee everyday and we enjoy every sip of it to the bottom of the mug. It is extremely necessary to think about how this coffee makes its way to you. What is even more important is whether it is grown with the correct measures being used to grow them, in the first place.

At Aromas of Coorg, we believe in giving back along with accepting what this beautiful nature has to offer. We practice sustainable farming methods through our estates and make sure that we give back to nature, something worthwhile. Considering the drops of gold it gives us, it is our duty to treat nature with the respect it deserves. This is probably why our coffees are one of the best in the industry.

We believe in and understand the importance in using our natural resources efficiently and making sure that we use it in such a way that the lives after us have enough to sustain themselves.

I mean, we can’t be the only ones who get to enjoy what is the greatest gift of nature; Coffee.

That would just be unfair, wouldn’t it?