Because we can't change without you
Since 1989, John S. Anderson, a leading edge agronomist in America, has had the vision for maximizing the nutrient density of the plant matter we consume within a sustainable agricultural model.
HVR.org is a pioneer in researching nutrient dense, sustainable agriculture methods. These methods improve the nutritional quality of foods, while preserving, enriching, and restoring the soil. In addition, these practices reduce the impact that agricultural activities have on the environment.
Human kind is developing an increased awareness of the importance of healthy eating and sustainable practices. Nutrient-dense farming prioritizes the quality of the food we grow and has the potential to revolutionize our food systems and enhance our overall well-being. This innovative approach to agriculture focuses on cultivating crops that are abundant in quantity and rich in essential nutrients.
Founded as Anderson's Hidden Valley Ranch in Corral de Tierra, California, the organization has evolved into HVR.org a global outreach organization.
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