The Israel Bio-Organic Agriculture Association

Develops organic agriculture methodologies and practices
May 20, 2014
The Israel Bio-Organic Agriculture Association (Enlarge)

The Israel Bio-Organic Agriculture Association is a limited cooperative. It was founded at the end of the seventies by Mario Levy, a farmer of 84 years of age, from the Kibbutz Sde Eliahu in the Beit Shean valley.


The goal of IBOAA is to achieve maximum preservation of the equilibrium of all the nature's systems: air, water, soil, plants, animals and humans. But at the same time the principle that had always guided the association is to act kindly, using an educational and process-based approach.


The association is involved, since its establishment, in initiating and producing a great number of educational – rehabilitational projects that reflect a social, humanitarian and equalitarian view. 


All members share the same desire to stop the damages inflicted to the environment and the soil fertility, to reduce the damage to humans, plants and animals, to improve the quality of the drinking water, to save water and significantly reduce the production of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide and to ensure we continue to preserve the natural resources for the next generations.


Tel. 972-3-7361097/8
Fax: 972-37361103