Maha Prasad Productions

Vedic Farming


When a person performs Vedic rituals and sacrifices, he does so to elevate himself to the heavenly planets. No one can become qualified to go back home, back to Godhead, by means of such sacrifices. But the Lord is so kind that He accepts a little insignificant service, and therefore it is stated in the Viṣṇu Purāṇa that by following the principles of varṇāśrama-dharma one can satisfy the Supreme Lord. When the Lord is satisfied, the performer of sacrifices is elevated to the platform of devotional service. —A. C. #Bhaktivedanta Swami #Prabhupāda (Bhag. 4.20.28 purport)

Mahāprabhu Das

Vedic farming is a traditional Indian approach to agriculture that emphasizes the use of natural and organic methods. Ayurvedic cooking is an ancient practice that uses herbs and spices to create healthful and flavorful meals. Prasadam is a Sanskrit word that refers to food that has been offered to God and is therefore considered sacred. Our mission is to put forth the highest quality product from farm to table with these three ancient practices combined!
Fritjof Capra
Author of The Web of Life and The Hidden Connections

THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY will see a transformation in human society. Either we reduce our burden on the planet or we may not survive.

Change is inevitable, but the choice is ours: a transformation through enlightened under-standing, or a transformation forced upon us by catastrophes beyond our control. This book is about that choice.

VEDIC ECOLOGY examines the values and lessons of one of the world’s oldest civilizations–the Vedic culture of India. Vedic culture integrates the spiritual needs of society in its model of sustainability. Prime advocates a shift away from materially driven consumerism to a middle ground, where both the spirit of humanity and its environment are nourished. Without this shift, the future of every nation’s land and people remains in tremendous jeopardy.

“The ecological knowledge that will be critical to the survival of humanity in our new century is not only emerging from contemporary science, but is also an integral part of traditional wisdom in many cultures around the world. This beautiful book connects modern ecology and environmental activism with the ancient Vedic tradition of India in a way that inspires both contemplation and action.

Organic farming

Organic farming is becoming increasingly important as people become more aware of their impact on the environment. Organic farming is a method of growing crops that avoids the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and other chemicals. This method of farming is important because it produces food that is healthier for people to eat, and it helps to protect the environment from the harmful effects of chemicals.

In addition to organic farming, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an innovative way for people to access fresh, locally grown produce. CSA programs allow consumers to buy a “share” of a farmer’s produce at the beginning of the season, which provides them with a steady supply of fresh, seasonal vegetables throughout the growing season. CSA programs are important because they support local farmers and provide consumers with access to fresh, healthy food.

Another important aspect of sustainable agriculture is WWOOFing, or Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms. This program allows volunteers to work on organic farms around the world in exchange for food, accommodations, and the opportunity to learn about sustainable agriculture. WWOOFing is important because it provides an opportunity for people to learn about sustainable agriculture first-hand, and to gain practical experience that they can use to make a positive difference in the world.

Overall, organic farming, CSA programs, and WWOOFing are all important aspects of sustainable agriculture. They help to promote healthy, fresh, locally grown food, and they support a system of agriculture that is better for the environment and for people’s health.

Vedic farming

Merging ancient Vedic farming techniques with modern agriculture technologies is important because it offers a balanced approach to farming that is both ecologically sound and economically viable. The use of Vastu and Permaculture principles can help create a sustainable and regenerative agriculture system that is environmentally friendly and geared towards the long-term health of the soil, water, and plants. The benefits of merging these principles include an increase in soil fertility, reduced reliance on chemical fertilizers and pesticides, and the creation of a biodiverse ecosystem that attracts beneficial insects and wildlife. Furthermore, this approach is in alignment with the growing trend of conscious living and supports the formation of ecological sanctuaries that can enhance the local community and beyond.

Permaculture is a sustainable form of agriculture that focuses on designing ecosystems that closely mimic natural systems, providing a variety of benefits such as soil and water conservation and biodiversity preservation. This form of agriculture is ideal for those seeking self-sufficiency as it prioritizes self-reliance, community resilience, and low-impact farming techniques. Each year, farmers utilizing permaculture principles see returns on investment, from yield and fertility, to profitability and growth. One of the best ways to generate revenue while practicing permaculture is establishing a CSA or farm-to-table business model. Consumers are increasingly looking for local, healthy, organic, and sustainably-grown produce and are willing to pay a premium for it. Embracing permaculture principles, such as regenerative agriculture and minimizing waste will ensure that businesses are able to meet the demand for fresh, high-quality produce while keeping the Earth sustainable for future generations.

Our plan is to produce organic fruits and vegetables for our restaurant and food truck, which will specialize in a vegan, vegetarian, sattvic kitchen. By using produce from our garden beds and milk from our cows, we’ll be able to offer a wide variety of organic goods that will not only generate revenue to expand the farming incentive, but also support the local community.