High Quality Organics “Grow Organic Agriculture Initiative” embraces our commitment to developing worldwide organic farming, with a minimal environmental footprint. We want to support innovative, local community leaders and transform the food chain with safe, healthy organic food.
Our method will be to create a forum that will allow a worldwide collaboration of farming and logistic innovation that is fully sustainable with minimal environmental impact.
1) We want to increase individual farmer’s capacity to transition to organic farming.
2) Our forum will support education and innovation for solutions to local challenges.
3) We will provide access to sustainability guidelines and research through universities, educational projects, and industry dialogue.
4) We will create events with industry leaders and sponsor research.
5) Our collaborative partners will join in a focused discussion on the cutting edge of agricultural discovery.
“My vision of the future is to have an ‘Organic Center of Excellence’, sponsored by HQO, where we bring the growers from all over the world, and help facilitate the ‘How do we do it better’ and how do we help the grower, grow the same crop in a better way so he can get a higher yield; so he can have a higher quality of life for him and for his family.” – Raju Boligala, CEO High Quality Organics
“We want a worldwide forum, based on the inherent belief of our responsibility as stewards of all earthly resources given us and dedicated to increasing organic agricultural acreage, as a means to achieve complete sustainability and safety for production of all consumables.” – Jerry Tenenberg, Founder High Quality Organics
“Our planet is our house, and we must keep it in order and take care of it if we are genuinely concerned about happiness for ourselves, our children, our friends, and other sentient beings who share this great house with us. If we think of the planet as our house or, as ‘our mother - Mother Earth’, we automatically feel concern for our environment. Today we understand that the future of humanity very much depends on our planet, and that the future of the planet very much depends on humanity. But this has not always been so clear to us. Until now, you see, Mother Earth has somehow tolerated sloppy house habits. But now human use, population, and technology have reached that certain stage 'where Mother Earth no longer accepts our presence with silence. In many ways she is now telling us, "My children are behaving badly," she is warning us that there are limits to our actions. – Dalai Llama