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One Heaven, One Family, One Mother Earth: Engaging in a Three-Dimensional Spiritual Dialogue Through Yōkō Farming

October 8, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Are you a young person concerned about our environmental future? Are you a farmer seeking ways to feed an ever-growing population? Are you a scholar or scientist seeking ways to return the carbon dioxide level in the atmosphere to a sustainable number?

Whether you live on the 20th floor of an urban high-rise, in the suburbs, or on a farm, you can grow your own fruits, vegetables, and grains and can create an enduring spiritual dialogue with Heaven, humans and the natural world that will benefit future generations, as well as your own.

The Yōkō Farming Method began in Japan almost fifty years ago – long before people had any awareness or concerns about climate change, capturing carbon, or renewing the soil. In the past twenty-five years, it has gradually spread throughout the world as a means of restoring the soil, raising spiritual consciousness, reviving the hearts of humankind, and providing spiritually nutritious food for a growing population.

This presentation will introduce you to an amazing way to deeply connect with what it means to be human living in a spiritually vibrant natural world in this critical time in the 21st century. If you are a young person who is deeply concerned about the future, or if you simply want to find a way to reconnect with nature and elevate your own consciousness in the process, please join us for this lively presentation that is tremendously important for today’s world.

Koji and Susan Nakao own a small Yoko Farm in Franklin County, KS, about 40 minutes south of JCCC where they grow a variety of fruit, summer vegetables, and have two small rice paddies – the only organically grown Japanese Rice in Kansas (Koshihikari variety). They have been practicing Yōkō Agriculture in a variety of forms since the early 1990’s.


October 8, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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MTC 126A