Hosachiguru Managed Farmlands:
Innovation Meets Nature's Wisdom.

Our approach creates sustainable and productive food forests that are curated specially for you, guided by permaculture ethics. By mimicking nature's patterns and nurturing biodiversity, we restore ecosystems and make them self-sustaining for you and your loved ones. Join us in cultivating a future where land thrives, communities flourish, and harmony between humanity and the environment prevails.

Regenerative Farming

At the heart of our company’s mission lies the vital significance of regenerative farming and permaculture ethics. These principles are our guiding lights, illuminating a path towards sustainable agro and food forests. Regenerative farming rejuvenates the land, healing it from past agricultural practices and nurturing its inherent vitality. 

Permaculture ethics infuse intention and purpose into every action we take, ensuring that our efforts not only yield abundance but also honor the delicate balance between humanity and the environment. 

Through the harmonious marriage of regenerative practices and permaculture ethics, we fulfill our commitment to leaving the earth healthier and more resilient for future generations.

HC Mission ∞ Permaculture Ethics

Hosachiguru prides in managing our farms passionately by creating flourishing ecosystems with simple scientific techniques. Our practices are rooted in three core permaculture ethics that steer our course: Earth Care, People Care, and Fair Share.
Earth Care
This ethic recognizes that the Earth is not merely a resource to exploit, but a living, interconnected entity that sustains us. We prioritize the health of ecosystems, practicing regenerative farming to restore soil fertility, promote biodiversity, and enhance natural resilience. By tending to the Earth's well-being, we ensure its ability to provide for both current and future generations.
People Care
Central to our approach is the well-being of people – from our Co-Farmers, to the local communities to our team members and beyond. We believe that a sustainable future must prioritize human health, happiness, and harmony. By fostering a collaborative environment and engaging with Co-Farmers and local communities, we empower individuals to thrive as active stewards of the land.
Fair Share
This ethic underscores the importance of equitable distribution of resources and benefits to all living beings including the macro and micro organisms. We are also committed to sharing our knowledge, surplus harvests, and positive impacts with our communities. By cultivating a culture of sharing and cooperation, we aim to create a more inclusive and just system that supports both the environment and society.
These permaculture ethics form the foundation of our practices, guiding every decision we make and every action we take. They reflect our dedication to holistic sustainability and our belief in the interconnectedness of all life on Earth.

Why Regenerative Farming?

Our natural, regenerative farming approach directly addresses a spectrum of pressing ecological challenges, creating a positive ripple effect across landscapes and communities. Some of these challenges include:
Soil Degradation
Soil Erosion
Groundwater Depletion
Food Security
By tackling these ecological challenges, we also address interconnected societal concerns. Our approach revitalizes rural communities by offering sustainable livelihoods, fostering local expertise, and promoting community engagement. Through the lens of our approach, we envision a future where landscapes flourish, communities prosper, and the delicate balance between human needs and environmental health is harmonized.

Holistic Solutions

By employing regenerative farming and permaculture, Hosachiguru managed farmlands are enabled to offer holistic solutions to multiple environmental challenges which include:

Seamless Ecosystem Restoration

Through regenerative farming, we foster a dynamic partnership with nature, allowing the land to rejuvenate. Permaculture principles guide us in designing systems that mimic nature’s harmony, reinstating balance and health in ecosystems marred by degradation.

Sustainable Resource Management

Permaculture’s wisdom guides us in harmonizing resource use. By leveraging rainwater, optimizing irrigation, and nurturing soil health, we rekindle a relationship with resources that is efficient, respectful, and regenerative.

Resilient Nourishment

Regenerative food forests, sculpted by permaculture ethics, offer resilience in the face of uncertainty. These systems evolve as living entities, safeguarding against crop failures and shortages through diversified planting and ecosystem mimicry.

Empowered Communities

The “People Care” core of permaculture thrives in our approach. We empower Individual families, and communities by sharing knowledge, fostering self-reliance, and transforming individuals into custodians of their land and sustenance.

Climate Guardianship

United, regenerative farming and permaculture address climate concerns head-on. Carbon sequestration becomes an inherent feature of our soils, while resource-efficient practices alleviate the carbon footprint, amplifying our commitment to the planet’s health.

Legacy of Sustainability

In contrast to temporary fixes, our approach bequeaths a legacy of enduring sustainability. As stewards of the land, we sow the seeds of lasting prosperity, where balanced ecosystems and thriving communities coalesce.

Holistic Vision

Regenerative farming and permaculture form a symbiotic embrace, a holistic approach that rejuvenates nature and empowers humanity. Our approach doesn’t just fix separate issues; it creates a strong, interconnected bond between healing the environment, improving communities, and revitalizing agriculture.

In a world yearning for comprehensive solutions, regenerative farming and permaculture illuminate a transformative path forward, inviting us to partake in a movement for sustainability that embraces all aspects of our shared existence.

12 Principles of Permaculture Design: Diligently followed at Hosachiguru Farms

1.Observe and interact

We keenly observe our landscapes, to understand their unique dynamics and needs. This interaction informs every decision we make, fostering a deeper understanding of how our actions affect the environment.

2.Catch and store energy

We harness nature’s energy cycles, capturing sunlight, rainwater, and organic matter to fuel our systems. By skillfully collecting and conserving these resources, we create self-sustaining cycles.

3.Obtain a yield

Our efforts are focused on generating tangible rewards – abundant crops- Timber and Fruit yield, improved ecosystems, and thriving communities. This principle reminds us that our work should bring about real, beneficial outcomes.

4.Apply self-regulation and accept feedback

Like nature’s delicate balance, we regulate our practices to ensure harmony. We embrace feedback from the land, from our communities, and from nature itself, continuously fine-tuning our approach.

5.Use and value renewable resources and services

Our approach relies on renewable sources – harnessing the Earth’s vitality without depletion. We value the services nature provides, such as pollination and soil enrichment, integrating them into our systems.

6.Produce no waste

Just as ecosystems recycle and reuse, we minimize waste by transforming byproducts into resources. Waste becomes a rarity, as everything finds purpose within our interconnected systems.

7.Design from patterns to details

Our design journey starts with recognizing broader patterns in nature, then translating them into intricate solutions. This holistic approach ensures every element serves a purpose within the grand scheme.

8.Integrate rather than segregate

We blend diverse elements into a harmonious whole, creating mutually beneficial relationships. Just as diverse ecosystems thrive, our integrated systems amplify resilience.

9.Use small and slow solutions

We avoid rash actions, favoring gradual, well-thought-out strategies. This principle respects the pace of natural processes, leading to lasting, stable results.

10.Use and value diversity

Biodiversity drives our choices, ensuring the stability and adaptability of our systems. By embracing variety, we enrich our landscapes and enhance their capacity to thrive.

11.Use edges and value the marginal

We find innovation at the fringes, where different elements meet. Just as the edge of a forest teems with life, we value the margins, where creative solutions flourish.

12.Creatively use and respond to change

Change is inevitable; we embrace it as an opportunity. We adapt creatively, adjusting our approach to respond to shifts in nature, society, and agriculture.

Growing Food Forests

  • Site Assessment and Planning: Evaluate soil, climate, and zones for planting.
  • Plant Selection: Choose diverse, adapted species for food and ecology.
  • Guild Design: Create plant groups that support each other’s growth.
  • Companion Planting: Place species with mutual benefits together.
  • Soil Prep and Planting: Prepare soil, and plant according to growth patterns.
  • Mulching and Watering: Apply mulch, and water adequately.
  • Succession and Stewardship: Plant for ongoing harvest, and monitor health.
  • Harvesting and Use: Collect and use crops sustainably.
  • Learning and Adaptation: Adjust based on ecosystem responses.