Hi Learners! Creating a food garden at home or in your local community is a simple and effective way to reduce your impact on the environment. It will also give you the experience of pleasure that comes from growing your own food - there's nothing like raiding your veggie patch for the night's dinner. You'll also enjoy the taste of pesticide-free and truly fresh food.In this workshop, we invite you to be connected with food, and get to know how easy to grow them by your own hands.
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(Sold Out) Learn To Grow Your Own Edible Garden (Belajar Berkebun)
Teacher : Azriansyah Ithakari
Class Size : 15 people
Contact : +62 813 8060 4939
18 Feb 2017 (Sat), 10am to
18 Feb 2017 (Sat), 12pm
MD Place Tower 2 6th Floor
Jl. Setia Budi Selatan No.7.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
Set up your own edible garden.
How to germinating seeds, growing microgreens, transplanting seedlings and taking care of edible plants at home.
How to make organic plant nutrition with food scrap from your home.
This class will lead by Azriansyah Ithakari. He is the Creative Brain from TAN-EUH, a startup of urban agriculture practice based in Bogor. In his workshop, he constantly implementing design knowledge in food and agriculture subject. As a young generation that concerns with the future, he is trying to promote the urban farming movement and raise awareness of today's food issue.
WHAT IS THE PRICE INCLUSIVE OF?
- 120 Minutes of Workshop
- 3 self-planted Living Tray of Microgreens
- 3 vegs/herbs self-transplanted in a Biodegradable Pot
- Free flow infused water during workshop
- Lunch and Coffee or Tea
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO BRING?
Last Date of Registration:
17 Feb 2017, 5PM
NO OF WORKSHOP VIEWS
Q: Can I get my refund back if I am not able to make it last minute?
Q: Can I get my friend to take over if I am not able to make it last minute?
A: Yes. However, please kindly inform us for us to make any necessary arrangement.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
All payment are non-refundable
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See you guys at the workshop!