Santafe Global Inc. understands that the world is changing and that we are stewards – not for only the present but for future generations to come. In this vein, we are committed to farming practices that are not only profitable but that are also sustainable.

We have teamed up with the best minds in their respective industries to provide core principles that will guide us on our journey together.

Why Sustainability = Profitability

At first glance, these two principles may seem at odds with one another or at best mutually independent, but while we stress that Santafe Global is a steadfast partner to our franchisees, our biggest ally is the environment and Mother Nature herself. We’d like to think of ourselves as a forward-thinking company, and it is evident to us that sustainable farming practices are the future.

Santafe is Sustainable

We, at Santafe Global Inc, promise to remain at the forefront of new sustainable farming practices, and cutting-edge technologies geared towards increased yields. In order for agriculture to be truly sustainable, it must incorporate following principles:

The needs of people

provide nutrient rich food for farmers, farm families, communities, help to maintain good public health, but also improving the quality of life in rural areas.


a farming operation must be profitable, or it will go out of business quickly.

The planet and the environment

farming practices must be ecologically sound, promoting healthy biodiversity and sensible management of natural resources.

Our Sustainability Principles

We will strive to practice the following principles where possible:

1. Permaculture
2. Biodynamic farming
3. Hydroponics and Aquaponics
4. Urban agriculture
5. Agroforestry and food forests

6. Polycultures and crop rotation
7. Heirloom and older varieties
8. Natural animal raising
9. Natural pest management
10. Mulching and manual weed control




Biodynamic farming


Hydroponics and Aquaponics


Urban agriculture


Agroforestry and food forests


Polycultures and crop rotation


Heirloom and older varieties


Natural animal raising


Natural pest management


Mulching and manual weed control