David Gathuka is 39 years old, married, and the father of one daughter. Since 2008, he has worked with a non-profit organization called Organic Agriculture Centre of Kenya (OACK), where he trains smallholder farmers on sustainable, organic, and biodynamic agricultural practices and coordinates the school's gardening program. In 2013, he studied biointensive farming at Ecology Action in California for 6 months, and in 2014 he studied biodynamic agriculture at Emerson College in the United Kingdom, which broadened his mind and passion for natural farming. Currently, with support from GLS (Germany) and Demeter International, his organization is developing biodynamic agriculture among smallholder tea and coffee farmers in Kenya. The farmers they work with are also growing food crops such as corn, beans, potatoes, and other vegetables, as well as fruit trees like avocado, banana, passion, and macadamia nut. David's desire and passion is to see the biodynamic impulse spreading wide in Kenya.