Farm to Table Programme

Description

This farm visit has been curated to enable children to see and understand the connects of the natural world and importance of natural farming. The farm is spread over 10 acres and grows a variety of produce and houses A2 type cows. A variety of produce in fruits, greens, few vegetables, root produce and banana are grown. Native cow manure and urine is used as a fertilizer and immune booster to the plants. All of the cow fodder is also grown organically in the farm. Honey Bees are kept to allow for natural pollination.

Each batch of students will be divided into smaller groups and guided into different parts of the farm to engage in specific subjects. Throughout their time at the farm the children are encouraged to engage all five senses to experience this positive environment. Children will have opportunity to touch & pet the cows and spend some time with them.

Highlights

  • Meet & Interact with farm animals & learn about the role they play at the farm
  • Learn to Identify different plants & trees within the farm
  • Observe the busy bees & Earthworms at work
  • Enjoy a delicious farm fresh lunch & evening snack
  • Pick fresh produce and turn it into meals Discover a 100 year old Banyan Tree

Additional Details

09:35 AM  to 10:00 AM –  Enjoy a Hot breakfast at the farm

10:30 AM to  01:00 PM – Farm Trail and Walk

  • The Big Banyan Tree
  • Rainwater harvesting practices
  • Composting with worms
  • Importance of cows and manure
  • Horticulture, practice of growing many together
  • Tree walk and explanation in detail with stories on biodiversity and plants
  • Beekeeping and how these insects are important
  • Solar energy stored at the farm
  • 100% sustainable space which recycles water and composts all food
  • Tractor ride
  • Pottery session

01:30 PM to 02:30 PM –  South Indian local fare
Enjoy an authentic lunch spread, pure vegetarian, served on a banana leaf with many vegetables and pulses from the same soil!

02:30 PM to 03:30 PM – Outdoor games/ Fun Q & A session and depart

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