These are truly epic times we live in! Faster & faster, more & more people are waking up and stepping up to consciously create a more loving,



peaceful & harmonious world, and Paul Kaiser is a shining example of that. Paul is an organic farmer in Sebastopol, California, though he’s not your usual organic farmer. Paul is an organic farmer who is changing the way we look at organic farming and his proven track record speaks volumes for his methods.

Paul generated $100,000 PER ACRE worth of organic vegetables last year!!! Seriously! This is absolutely unheard of, until now and is many times higher than the average conventional farm in his region. So how does he do it???

From the Singing Frogs Farm website: “Singing Frogs Farm is a unique, no-till, ecologically beneficial, highly intensive vegetable farm in Sonoma County. Through our innovative systems including no-till soil management we have more than tripled the organic matter in our soil (which means more nutrient dense food for you!) – all while producing over five times the state average of crops per acre and while bringing back tremendous, healthy populations of pollinators, beneficial insects and vertebrates (our natural pest control). Not only do we use less water to produce our vegetables because of our soil organic matter, we also use NO sprays of any kind, not even organic sprays, and our awesome crew of year-round employees (not seasonal) have job security.”

Singing Frogs Farm

“At Singing Frogs Farm there is a general feeling of anarchic tidiness, that plants and creatures are lovingly encouraged to be natural and wild. The land and people are thriving!” — Sarah Hadler, Occidental Farmers Market Manager

Here is a summary of his methods. Below this list you will find links to further info as well as a couple very informaive videos of Paul sharing how he performs what seems to be an impossible feat.

“If you take care of Mother Nature first, the food production is easy.” — Paul Kaiser

– No till, no machinery farm
– No sprays, not even organic sprays
– Very little fertilizer; compost, compost, compost
– Leaves roots in ground for the worms
– Uses only 10% of the water of what is normal
– Plants mutiple varieties of many vegetables
– Intermixes trees, shrubs & flowers with his crops
– Employs 4 to 5 times more people than is typical


Source: Love Clicks