A Workshop All About Terrariums - Upaj Farm - Grow It Yourself Kits

A Workshop All About Terrariums

2020 marks a year of changed times. The month of September with on-coming winter , I am excited to bring to you a series of Online workshops on Zoom, Beginning with  Friday September 25th @ 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM  Farmer on my balcony! Learn about Winter Flower in your garden & how to make the best potting soil.

About Terrariums Workshop

 It is a unique workshop on Friday in the month of September. I will take you through how you can grow your own Terrarium.This workshop will ready you for making your own green gifts. This session will be 45 mins. Followed by a 15 mins Q&A. You will log in through invitations given for this Zoom Video Conference. Through this session  i will show you how you can make beautiful Terrariums on your own. from your own home.  So join me and let us dig in together to create special festive gifts this season. 

You will need

To attend this workshop, you will not need any special material. You can order the material post the workshop so you have a better understanding of the materials and how to use them. 

About me

I am Avanee Jain. An Architect, a Mother and a Farmer. My journey with research on growing food without chemicals and pesticides began over a decade ago. I dug into this Natural world to explore and examine techniques and invaluable Indian cultural practices in the field of organic farming that were lost in the post-independence era. The more I explored, the greedier I got to share this knowledge with co-urban dwellers for our benefit as well as that of Mother Nature’s. Upaj Farm was born as a platform to both showcase these techniques, as well as continue this journey of unearthing ways of living in Harmony with all beings on this planet.

About Upaj Farm.

Upaj is a farm land of 2 hectares. We have been cultivating this piece since 2010. Here Organic is a way of life. The layout is based on the Permaculture Design technique. We have a rainwater harvesting pond which irrigates (partially) seasonal crops. Fruiting trees like Mangos, Jamuns, Ber, Faalsa, Mulberry (Setur), lemon, Amla, Guava etc are planted in different zones to create smaller ecosystems. Seasonal vegetable crops are then interplant in these smaller areas. Each season, we carefully pick many different varieties and plant as many different cultivars as possible. We take great pains in nourishing our soil with compost. Organic Compost becomes the base feed and nutrition bank for all crops. We are meticulous in executing organic methods for Integrated Pest Management. We nurture and try to maximise bio-diversity. This helps in maintaining a delicate balance suitable for all life forms to thrive- all the way from Microbes to Mangoes!

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Introductory offer

This is a Multi Activity kit to engage children in gardening activities through the cool season. Instructions are designed by a Children’s Book Illustrator especially for children Ages 6 yrs and above. This kit can used under guidance of Parents, educators, siblings/friends of ages 13 and above. Materials in the box are biodegradable or can be recycled

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