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About Us

What We Do

What We Do


We have our very own private cultivation centre where we grow Beyond Organic Vegetables (BOVs). These are soil based grown vegetables fed and nourished only by nature’s sunlight, water, microbes, nature’s biological symbiotic relationships and our very own hands. No chemical fertilisers, pesticides and fungicides or any synthetics are ever used. Certainly, worth the taste, texture and nutrition quality, and though limited in quantity, worth the wait. We are doing our part in securing food security and are also looking to propagate more private cultivation centres.


We have a life therapy centre where we formulate and handmade Beyond Organic Products (BOPs) for personal lifestyle items. Our mantra is to use only natural plant based key ingredients, oils and extracts and work with them to release their natural therapeutic properties. No chemicals, fragrances or artificial compounds are ever used. Allow nature’s power to work on you and help secure your personal health.


We partner like minded companies that either offer only natural based products or nature related activities that can support our movement. They are our Beyond Organic Corporates (BOCs). Your support is crucial in helping to promote nature based solutions for the many global issues we are facing today.





  1. Cultivation using nature’s own food security.
  2. Striving for food sovereignty and independence.
  3. Avoidance of chemicals and synthetic inputs.
  4. Inculcating the practice of food as medicine.
  5. Consuming only real foods with nutritional quality.
  6. Practicing sourcing and purchasing from local sources.


  1. Communing and immersing in and with nature.
  2. Awakening our biological and chemical cycles.
  3. Understanding and appreciating how nature sustains itself.
  4. Foraging and working with soils and plants.
  5. Using light as medicine.
  6. Caring and protecting nature and the environment.


  1. Achieving general fitness working with nature.
  2. Motivating inner resilience interacting with nature.
  3. Maintaining full body functions and independence.
  4. Stimulating sensory experiences when in nature..
  5. Learning basic life skills.
  6. Inculcating the practice of self-sufficiency.


  1. Cementing common purpose advocating for the natural environment.
  2. Encouraging the practice of sharing of the commons.
  3. Living meaningful communal lives with nature at its centre.
  4. Enriching others through nature activities.
  5. Ageing well connecting with nature.
  6. Finding happiness interacting with nature and the community.



This is our physical world including all living things in the air, on the land and the seas, and the connected food chains, energy flows and planetary processes that drive the presence of life on Earth. Disruption to parts of this web affects all life on Earth. Human beings in this Anthropocene Age, are an integral part of this interconnected milieu of life, and we hold this balance in our hands.

  1. Planetary processes
  2. Energy flows
  3. Living organisms
  4. Food chains

We depend on our natural environment for the genes, microbiota and sunlight exchange that shapes us, and the food we consume to feed the thousands of microbial species of our microbiome. Our gut microbiome is also called our second brain. This communion provides us with the nutrients, chemicals and compounds that keeps our mental and physical condition in optimum balance. 

  1. Exchanging genes and microbiota
  2. Feeding our gut microbiome
  3. Absorption of nutrients
  4. Communication between cells

We need the biology and chemistry of nature and our bodies to produce useable energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) that then uses thermal, mechanical and electrical energy to power our everyday lives. Toxins, pollution, poor nutrition, disconnection from nature, bad habits and poor lifestyles will cause an imbalance and consequently, metabolic syndrome, diseases and mental illness.

  1. Environmental connections
  2. Proper foods
  3. Nutritional quality
  4. Curated lifestyles


  1. Overall nutrition deficiency
  2. Compromised microbiome
  3. Treatment of symptoms not causation
  4. Reduced consumption of real food
  5. Lack of communion with nature
  6. Deteriorating health outcomes
  1. Soil and fertility degradation
  2. Chemical and GMO proliferation
  3. Food crop vitality and yield reduction
  4. Insect pollinators decimation
  5. Water and food contamination
  6. Anti-food industrial system
  1. Environmental degradation and destruction
  2. Impacts of climate change
  3. Major decline in biodiversity
  4. Toxic pollution
  5. Intensive resource use
  6. Sterile urban biomes
  1. Toxic industrial complex
  2. Growth addicted macro driven business model
  3. Unsustainable consumerism and disposal
  4. Dominance of powerful vested interests
  5. Colonisation of our commons
  6. Controlled scientific and media narratives