• Our Crops
    Yield, Vigor and Flavor
    are determined by
    soil vitality.

    Our Crops

    Soil is a biological system, and addressing limiting factors in air, water, carbon, minerals and biology systemically empowers crops.


  • Our Health
    Is affected by the quality
    of the food we put in
    our bodies.

    Our Health

    Nutritive levels in crops have been dropping for decades. Degenerative diseases are becoming epidemic. Understand quality and find the best for your family.


  • Quality of Food
    Can be understood
    and identified.

    Quality of Food

    Our work is in helping to increase Bionutrient levels in the food supply. Join us in identifying what quality is available where in your area.


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Fresh From the Field

RBTI workshop: April 22-23 at Kittredge Farm

We are excited to present a two-day workshop focusing on the art, science, and practice of Reams Biological Theory of Ionization (RBTI), led by Steve Westin, student of Dr. Carey Reams. Dr. Reams' theories were foundational to many in the field that followed, and are the basis of much of the cutting edge in agriculture as practiced by the BFA. To truly understand the underpinnings of how to grow bionutrient-rich food, one must understand the idea of energy as promulgated by Reams. This opportunity offers growers a deeper level of understanding regards the health and energy of their soil, and the resultant nutrient quality of their crops, as well as in-depth look at RBTI and it's insights regards human health. A truly unique event not to be missed! Learn more!

For the Love of Soil: Well-Being From Earth to Table

A new workshop with Dan Kittredge at Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY...
An “organic” label tells us that our food does not contain harmful chemicals. But it doesn’t guarantee that our food contains the flavor, nutritional value, or healing properties that we might expect. Dedicated to the pursuit and understanding of quality food, Dan Kittredge is a passionate practitioner, teacher, and advocate for soil, plant, and human health and vitality. Using Omega's campus, we explore how to bring nutrient dense, quality food to our kitchens and gardens. Learn how to:

  • Detect and understand the unique advantages and limitations of the soil and plants
  • Conduct soil tests and apply appropriate soil amendments
  • Recognize high quality, nutrient-rich food and growing practices
  • Explore the connections between soil ecosystems, human health, and the wider implications for our culture and spiritual well-being

Whether you are a grower, cook, nutritionist, food activist, or concerned eater, this workshop provides you with a practical understanding of how to obtain healthier produce and an increased awareness of what to pay attention to in your own garden or on the farms where your food originates. For more information and registration details: www.eomega.org/workshops/for-the-love-of-soil

Audio recordings from the Soil & Nutrition Conference

...are now available online in our Library. Weren't able to make this year's conference? Or just want to go back to have another listen to glean new information and insights? It's all there for posterity, as well as previous conferences for you to peruse. Visit the Soil & Nutrition Conference Archive and dig in!