Masanobu Fukuoka: “The understanding of Nature lies beyond human intelligence”

“Unless people can become natural people, there will be neither natural farming nor natural food.”

“Could there be anything better than living simple and taking it easy?”

In the old days a family of four in Japan could grow everything they needed on half an acre. His hope for the future would be that there would be a redistribution of people back to the land. Natural farms everywhere. People are hungry for this kind of way of life. There’s no anchor. The anchor is nature.


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