She farms on Springbockvley, near Blumfelde in the Windhoek area and runs a holistic and organic indigenous sheep and cattle farming concern.
She has managed the farm since her husband’s passing in 2012. “Judith Isele is a dedicated, hard working young woman who has made her mark in the Namibian agricultural industry. We are very proud of her,” said NAU CEO Sakkie Coetzee said at the award ceremony in Windhoek.
Isele is dedicated to “discovering the potential of the land” and “unlocking the potential through sustainable farming practices,” she says. Isele has served on the management of the Namibian Organic Association and was a founding member of the Agricultural Training Centre Krumhuk.
She has also taken part in a number of international events, such as the African Organic Congress in Zambia, the International Conference on Organic Animal Husbandry in Germany as well as the Organic World Congress in Turkey.