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Sustainable agriculturist introduces organic farming methods to school students
TN woman helps schools, anganwadis build edible gardens for students!
From dry patches to creating a biodiverse system that boasts of flowers, fruit trees, herbs, fibre, dye, shrubs, vegetables, birds, insects, worms and microorganisms and small reptiles—these students have come a long way in the last three years.
Miyawaki Method of Afforestation, Permaculture and Agro-ecology principles are all natural farming methods taught by Maya Ganesh to school students. She is involved in regenerative farming and helps schools develop green spaces through permaculture design.
Under the initiative, kids from class 1 - 12 plant 20 different native or indigenous varieties in the school campus.
The school is now extending its sends, cutting and saplings to the anganwadis, where Maya works with volunteers to create nutrition gardens