MAKE IT!: Natural Farming Class
Natural Farming Amendment Class: Intro to KNF & LAB Workshop
2825 8th Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76110
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"Natural Farming is composed of methods that are organic and regenerative, yet easy for poor people to follow. It is near zero-cost, yet yields fantastic results, thus improving farmer's sovereignty." ~Natural Farming, by SARM Society of Organic Movement
Korean Natural Farming (KNF) is a gardening and farming practice created by Cho Han Kya, aka, Master Cho. The method focuses on capturing native microorganisms in the soil, fermenting serums and creating many other amendments that restore health and vitality to the soil.
This class will give you an overview and basic understanding of Korean Natural Farming methods. The workshop is divided into two parts, the first portion will be a lecture and the second half of the class we will have a hands-on demonstration of one of the core inputs (amendments) of KNF.
~Each participant will receive that months input made in class and a handout.
>>Class limited to 10 participants<<
INSTRUCTOR: JAMES SAMUDIO Regenerative Agriculture Specialist
James Samudio’s love of restoring the earth and growing abundant harvests is rivaled only by his passion for sharing his expertise with others.
For two decades James has studied and implemented the best practices of organic growing for himself and clients of his urban farm in Fort Worth, Texas.
Not content with permaculture design and methods alone, James furthered his knowledge by taking a class with Cho Han-Kyu, known as “Master Cho,” the leading proponent of Korean Natural Farming today. James was privileged to later travel to Korea for additional study of KNF methods of farming.
James now ardently teaches and implements both methods of regenerative agriculture, permaculture and KNF, for urban gardens and broad-acre applications.
He especially delights in helping farmers experience amazing production using low-cost and locally sourced organic inputs, rather than chemical fertilizers, by utilizing Korean Natural Farming techniques.