This time-tested adage takes on a fresh meaning when it comes to one of One Nature’s key community relationship initiatives — local sourcing of produce.
From the very beginning, the culture of One Nature has always considered initiating and maintaining a respectful and symbiotic relationship with local communities as an integral component of its eco-social platforms. By forming mutually beneficial partnerships with local small business owners, growers and workers, One Nature properties find sustainable ways to boost the local economy as well as help foster community spirit and pride.
“If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
This African proverb eloquently encapsulates One Nature’s sentiment regarding supporting and nurturing strong community relationships. Because, much like how the wildlife that surrounds us are all interconnected in the most primal way, we witness every day how the odds are stacked for success are better for those who achieve things together.
Small farms, such as the one in the Sinoni community, are often ran and worked on by families living within the area. Buying locally serves not just to boost the area’s economy, it will also bind members of families together, who otherwise would have to look or travel far for jobs or means of livelihood.
Dining at One Nature always results in rave reviews from guests. And as all the greatest chefs in the world will tell you, a great meal always begins with the best ingredients.
So with each plate prepared with fresh produce organically grown with care, cooked with love and served with a smile, we say, how much better can a meal get?