Kay Baxter saves seeds and horticulture for over 50 years. Its mission is to save the genetic lines of vegetables, fruits, and herringnuts grown in New Zealand and Australia that have been lost with time and monoculture farming.
Kay lives and inspires his philosophy of co-evolution with the environment. She teaches that if we want to save our own health from genetic degeneration of food, then we need to repair our bodies by repairing food and soil.
If you want to learn how to grow, cook and store a nutritious dense food, then join us on this special webinar and take your health back in your own hands.
In this webinar you will learn …
Why do most of us not get the nutritious dense food we need and how it degrades our health and even the health of the next generation.
Why should we go back to the process of co-evolution with our ecology and the food we eat.
How to Repair the Health of the Gut with Food Dense Food and Cooking.
The easiest way to keep the best, most nutritious dense varieties of vegetables for future generations.
Easy ways to monitor and increase the nutrient density of plants that grow.
How to search and find dense meat.
Kay Baxter Kay Baxter has been an organic gardener for fifty years and is co-founder, now CEO / Managing Director of the Koanga Institute in New Zealand.
She is a professional seed and pedicure saver in the field of food production and regenerative garden design and management. She is a researcher in the field of human health in terms of our environment and is the author of many books on topics.
For many years, its research has focused on the links between soil health, plant and animal health, and human health, and focused on home gardening techniques for nutrients.